With Apple's WWDC keynote just a few hours away, the company has added an "Apple Events" channel to its Apple TV set-top box. The channel made an appearance for Apple's iPad mini event back in October, and at the time the event was also available for streaming for Mac users through Safari. Although Apple hasn't announced any plans to broadcast the keynote over the web, we wouldn't be surprised if it adds a live video stream to its event page soon. The keynote will kick off at 1PM ET, and we're expecting Apple to detail its new desktop and mobile OSes, as well as some refreshed hardware.

Update: As expected, Apple's event page is showing the WWDC 2013 keynote address. According to Apple, the stream will only be viewable through Safari on OS X, or Safari on iOS 4.2 onwards.