It offers live feeds from a number of sources including CNN, CBS News, Fox News, Cheddar, Bloomberg, and others.
Apple today has further expanded its TV application on iOS and tvOS.
In the Apple News app, there is a new section dedicated exclusively to the Olympics, within the "For You" tab, in the United States.
It's important to note that Apple's TV app is aggregating this content from the agencies' own apps, though, so you'll need to have those installed in order to access their news content within Apple's own entertainment app. On the one hand, it will give a little more attention to "For You" section: Apple has never detailed how much it is used compared to the rest of Apple News but I'm guessing less than what's at the top of the app when you first open it. The app uses single sign on to login users to the different news apps and, through tvOS, allows the use of Siri commands for launching the apps. The company is adding a new section in Apple News that will be dedicated to the Winder Olympics in Pyeongchang. The feature launched with Sports integration back in November, but only now are we adding support for News.
The Olympics coverage section is found within the "For You" tab of Apple News. It appears to be live for users running the latest iOS 11.2.5 and tvOS 11.2.5 releases. Apple is also linking to live streams and replays in the NBC Sports app. Clips will be viewable directly in Apple News.