TV latest fuel for Google engine

Marlowe, Chris
January 2005
Hollywood Reporter -- International Edition;1/25/2005, Vol. 387 Issue 29, p4
The article reports that Google Inc. stirred up both interest and controversy when it announced it was making scanned books searchable online. Now the search-engine giant is doing the same with television from content providers. Google made the announcement today. Concurrently, its major competition Yahoo! Inc. disclosed an expansion of its previously announced video search product. Google Video director Jennifer Feikin said her company's new service follows the Google Print book-related initiative as part of Google's ongoing efforts to make offline information searchable online.


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