Amazon today announced an expansion of providers to Fire TV’s Live Channel guide. It’s adding more than 400 channels from 20 providers, including YouTube TV, SLING TV, Tubi, and its own services like Prime Video Channels and Prime Video Live events.

The company also announced that it would be integrating IMDB, XUMO, Plex, and the Amazon News app into Fire TV’s Live TV channel guide. This means you’ll be able to see them in the Live tab, as well as the Universal Channel tab. All of these services but Plex are available now, but even that should be coming soon. Amazon notes that all these services, as well as a substantial number of the additional providers, are free with ads to new customers.

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Amazon will also enable Alexa support for all Live TV programs, so you’ll be able to use Alexa to navigate channels or even play…

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