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Google Redefines Internet Standards for Media Reporting and Organization

Among Its Many Other Successes, Google’s Google News Has Redefined Internet Standards for Media Reporting and Organization

With so many services available on the World Wide Web it is often a difficult task to pick out the contenders from the pretenders. However, Google, based in California makes it easy to differentiate the fakes from the real news providers.

Breaking news on Google is easy to access. Google news is completely automated and made its debut in 2002. Finally, on January 23, 2006, the beta trial ended and now the breaking news on Google service is available in over 20 languages.

One of the most refreshing aspects of Google News is the elimination of journalistic bias: the service is completely automated so that no human judgment works its way into the equation.

These days it seems like all major news reporting services are slanted. Left wing, right wing – it is contamination of honest, truthful reporting. It is refreshing to have an outlet that just reports news instead of tuning it to fit certain needs.

Breaking news on Google is a valuable resource for anyone interested in what is happening in the world. Today, since there is so much going on that is newsworthy, the Google News service is a tremendous resource for academics, journalists and businesspeople.

Google News can be received in HTML, text and by RSS/Atom feed. The stories can be organized and sifted through to give a chronological perspective on the news. In terms of the media it is always interesting to see how a story progresses, how it changes over time and as new information becomes available.

The success of Google in a variety of industries is truly revolutionary. This is why it is not a surprise that Google news has excelled in media reporting. Breaking news on Google is also customizable. This means that you can select what kind of news you would like to appear on your page.



Source by Mary Murtha

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