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nba appletv Watch the first week of the NBA season on Apple TV for free

Following the update to their Apple TV app, the NBA is offering an extended trial of their League Pass service right up until November 5th, meaning you can watch the entire first week of the new NBA season for free.

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nba appetv Apple TV NBA League Pass App receives an update

Just in time for the 2013-2014 season, the NBA has updated its app for the Apple TV, following the rather significant update it deployed for its iOS counterpart.

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watchespn iphone ipad app apple tv WatchESPN iPhone and iPad app updated with AirPlay support

ESPN has finally updated its WatchESPN app with AirPlay support. The update includes AirPlay support for all channels (ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNU, and ESPN3) and support for AirPlay in background. This is a great news for sports fans and the owners of older iDevices that don’t support AirPlay mirroring feature.

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How to watch live sports on Apple TV

by umOuch on June 7, 2012

live sports on apple tv How to watch live sports on Apple TV

Wondering how to watch live sport streaming on Apple TV? The answer is easy: XBMC, AirPlay, Mac/PC screen mirroring and, of course, native Apple TV sport apps. Finding football, baseball, basketball, soccer, tennis, UFC, WWF, or anything else on your Apple TV can feel like and impossible task to anyone one who sits down and sees the limited options in Apple iOS interface, with its limited content partnerships. Though it looks bleak there is a very bright cloud to this quandary and that is the never-ending combination of features we can through at this magical little box.

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premier league on apple tv Apple to bring Premier League football to Apple TV? (updated)

English Premier League official app on Apple TV? Wouldn’t it be great to be just two clicks away from fantastic games like yesterday’s City’s impressive victory against Liverpool? Daily Mail reports that Apple is considering bidding for the TV rights to show live Premier League football. The Mail claims that “the Premier League is seen as the type of premium content that will help establish Apple TV in the UK and boost iPad sales.” According to DM, the three certain bidders will be Sky (who paid £1.6billion for their current packages), ESPN and Al Jezeera. The Mail also suggests that Google could be interested in the EPL rights for its Google TV, which is due to launch in the UK and Europe this year.

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