Apple TV adds new channels for ABC, Crackle, Bloomberg, and KORTV

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New Apple TV reportedly coming in first half of 2014

Apple TV's "channel" lineup doesn't quite match Roku's just yet, but the amount of programming is expanding yet again today. Apple has added new apps for Watch ABC — the network's TV Everywhere offering — Crackle, Bloomberg, and Korean channel KORTV. All four are available now to Apple TV owners in the United States. Crackle, a streaming service owned by Sony, offers a catalog of movies, TV shows, and original programming that can be viewed for free. Jerry Seinfeld's Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee series is a standout; the Seinfeld star drives around interviewing other comedians like David Letterman, Ricky Gervais, Chris Rock, and Sarah Silverman. Apple routinely been adding new content sources to its Apple TV set-top box in recent months, with highlights including HBO Go, Watch ESPN, PBS, Vevo, and other channels.

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