Apple TV Now Incorporates New SPORTS Channels!

Exciting news today! Apple has just updated its Apple TV to include a channel for Sports Illustrated‘s 120 SPORTS network. Last year 120 SPORTS was launched on iPad, iPhone and other platforms as a streaming platform for most major sporting leagues, and these include the NHL, MLB, NASCAR, PGA Tour, plus major college divisions. This digital-only network provides over 1200 on-demand video clips every week and 76 hours of live content.

Apple TV viewers are able to view content via the 120 Sports channel without any paid membership or cable subscription. 120 Sports advises that it updates on a daily basis with over 10 hours free content for viewers to watch; from the NBA, MLB, PGA Tour, NHL, NASCAR, NCAA Basketball, NCAA Football, and plenty more.

120 Sports also provides web content and an iOS app, while the Apple TV channel is distributed by Timeline, Dashboard, and Catch-Up sections.

This is fantastic news for sports viewers, with the new channel arriving just weeks following Apple’s TVs Tennis Channel Everywhere, which offers access to live court streaming plus various other on-demand coverages. Earlier this month lucky Australian viewers were offered a new channel for Cricket.com.au. Existing sports channels on Apple’s TV now include MLB, WatchESPN, NFL Now, TV Premium, WWE Network, NHL GameCenter, MLS Live, Willow and UFC TV.