Apple’s next-generation Apple TV streaming box, which it could unveil by April, may include access to more live programming, Bloomberg reported.

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Apple is reportedly in talks with Time Warner Cable, Comcast, DirecTV and others about expanding program offerings, although Bloomberg notes that some discussions have stalled because Apple wants to offer users access to programs via their Apple IDs instead of forcing them to log in with cable- or satellite-provider credentials.