Three new channels have been added to the Apple TV: Young Hollywood, Tastemade, and TED Talks.
Young Hollywood (www.yhworldwide.com), which targets Millennials — has launched celebrity-focused programming. It will premiere seven new original half-hour series this month totaling over 100 episodes. After the initial launch, Young Hollywood will continue to regularly debut new series on Apple TV, including the launch of a new weekly flagship entertainment news show “Young Hollywood Now.”
Tastemade (www.tastemade.com), “a video network built for the connected generation,” is also launching on the Apple TV, marking its Apple TV, marks the foray into programming dedicated to food and travel. It provides hundreds of episodes of its original programming to millions of users of Apple’s set-top box. Tastemade doesn’t require authentication and offers instant access to its large, HD library of food and travel programming at anytime and anywhere around the globe.
TED Talks (www.tedtalks.com), provided by the non-profit organization, brings hundreds of videos of lectures from people of all backgrounds. They’re hosted by guest speakers that cover a wide range of influential topics, including science, religion, technology, education and more.