Apple Adds 'Fyi' and 'Feeln' Channels to Apple TV

In yet another addition to the growing stable of channels available on the Apple TV, A&E's Fyi network and Hallmark's streaming family movie channel Feeln have been added to the set-top box today.

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As with many other channels, Fyi offers some free content, but complete access to streaming on-demand episodes requires authentication with a participating cable provider. The television, which launched as a rebranding of The Biography Channel earlier this year, focuses on "contemporary lifestyle" topics.

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Feeln's subscription service is priced at $4.99 per month with a one-week free trial or $47.99 per year with a one-month free trial. The service offers reasonable library of family-friend movies for streaming, including some box office hits, Hallmark originals, and original shorts.

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59 months ago
If Apple keeps this up, a major UI overhaul can't be far behind. The interface is becoming really tedious with so many apps on the grid. We need whatever the innovation was that Jobs said he "cracked".
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59 months ago
Yay! More icons to remove!

I'm really curious about the actual usage rate for most of the channels.
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59 months ago
How long before the amount of channels added starts to creep into precious buffer space on the internal memory of this thing? I literally have 3 "channels" that I use on the thing (Hulu, Netflix, and iTunes TV shows.)
Rating: 7 Votes
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59 months ago
Time for my monthly visit to Settings to hide channels.
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59 months ago
Where's the content for the rest of the world?!?
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59 months ago

How long before the amount of channels added starts to creep into precious buffer space on the internal memory of this thing? I literally have 3 "channels" that I use on the thing (Hulu, Netflix, and iTunes TV shows.)


They don't use any space, rather they are fed from a server. If you lose connection to the Internet you will no longer see said channels.
Rating: 5 Votes
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59 months ago
I really hope this is just a transition until a new Apple TV is coming. They can't be serious with this....adding more and more channels to an interface that wasn't made to work like that
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59 months ago
Can't they add some unique channels? One's you can't get 5 other places.
I'd like a US version of the BBC iPlayer and itv Player.
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59 months ago
More junk channels that I'll never watch. Yay.
Rating: 4 Votes
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59 months ago
Hey Apple TV team...Fyi, I'm not feeln too excited about this.

Ha! Good one HarryKeogh.



Now, take a page from Tim Cook's Q&A yesterday when he was talking about CVS and RiteAid's actions. Give the consumers what they want. Make them love you. We want and would love Amazon's channel.

Thank you.
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