Red Bull TV sports channel added to Apple TV

By , Jan 28, 2014

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Apple has added a new channel to its $99 media-streaming box, the Apple TV. The Red Bull TV action sports channel should be now available on everyone’s Home screen (if not, manually check for updates by going to Settings > General > Software Updates and choosing Update Software).

Red Bull TV is an action-packed sports channel by the famous Austrian energy drinks company, Red Bull GmbH. The new Apple TV channel offers free action sports content, coverage of live events and more…

As seen on the screenie top of post provided by MacRumors, fans of action sports and Red Bull now have plenty of reasons to tune in to Red Bull TV via their Apple TV.

In addition to live programming, archive footage, music and videos of global Red Bull events, the channel offers on-demand HD video, curated playlists for continuous play and lots more.

All content is available worldwide and free of charge, no subscription required whatsoever.

Red Bull TV launched in 2010 as an “inspirational entertainment programming” designed to promote the beverage and its high-action brand image, The Variety reports.

In 2014, live programming on Red Bull TV will expand to include coverage of third-party events on the World Snowboard Tour, including the Burton European and U.S. Open.

The lineup also will include Red Bull-produced events such as Red Bull Rampage, featuring free-ride mountain bikers racing on a near-vertical sandstone ridge near Virgin, Utah.

Apple’s been adding a lot of new content sources to the Apple TV in 2013.

Just in December 2013, such channels as Watch ABC, Bloomberg, Crackle and KORTV have been added, on top of the previous additions like Yahoo Sports, PBS, Sky Sports and many more.

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  • Modest

    Alright, now I really need Apple TV… Time to finally buy it.

    • Omar D. Plumey

      Sarcasm?

      • Modest

        Not at all.

  • Framboogle

    Still waiting for Prime Instant Video. True, you can AirPlay but an app would be much better.

  • Jason Baroni

    I mostly love my Apple TV for Airplay, Movies, Music, Netflix and now iTunes Radio. I never subscribe to enjoy a paid service on that.

  • Kareem Michel

    If it doesn’t show up for users. I recommend restarting your Apple TV. (Settings > General > Restart.)

  • Chris Denny

    Well I’m sure someone likes Red Bull TV

  • N&LH

    Hopefully Apple will add a web browser & App store