Sling TV launches on Apple TV

Monday, June 13th, 2016 
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Featuring today’s best live and on-demand content, Sling TV debuts new user interface on Apple TV

  • Select Viacom networks now live on Sling TV

SAN FRANCISCO — Today from the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC), Sling TV announced the debut of its live and on-demand Internet TV service on Apple TV. The over-the-top provider’s suite of services, including its single-stream, beta multi-stream, Sling Latino and Sling International offerings, are available to Sling TV customers once they download the app from the App Store on fourth-generation Apple TV.

Sling TV on Apple TV

“Delivering the best TV experience for our viewers means being on the devices people want to use — Apple TV is our most requested platform, and we’re excited to finally bring Sling TV to Apple TV today,” said Roger Lynch, CEO of Sling TV. “Incorporating Apple TV innovations like touch with the Siri Remote will enable Sling TV’s new UI to deliver the highly polished experience Apple fans have come to expect.”

Sling TV on Apple TV

Sling TV lets Apple TV users watch the best live and on-demand content, including some of the most popular sporting events, breaking news, TV series, movies and more, starting at $20 per month.

New Sling TV customers have access to an exclusive offer to purchase a 32GB Apple TV for $89 when they pre-pay for three months of Sling TV’s single-stream service or beta multi-stream service.

New content-centric user interface

Also debuting today on Apple TV is Sling TV’s new user interface (UI). The updated UI offers a more customizable and personalized viewing experience and improves content discovery of the thousands of hours of programming available on Sling TV.

In the first phase of the new UI roll-out, Sling TV customers gain access to a new personalization feature called “My TV,” which allows customers to select their favorite channels, resume watching where they left off on select programs and set favorite shows and movies for easy, one-click access. Additionally, the new UI includes enhanced content discovery, improved navigation and the ability to easily access content based on genres.

Sling TV programming updates

Sling TV also launched 12 Viacom channels across its beta multi-stream and single-stream services, including Comedy Central, BET, Spike, MTV, Nick Jr. and many others.