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Google
(Tech)
Associated Press
(Journalism)
Google News Archive
(Marketing and Advertising)
News
(Journalism)
Orlando Bloom
(Movies & TV)
Google Maps
(Tech)
AgoraVox
(Business)
 

See also

Google News

Knowledge Identifier: $Google_News

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Google News

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Category: Business (53)

Launched in 2002.

Countries: (50%), United States (25%), Spain (17%)

Main connections: Google, Associated Press, Google News Archive

Linked to: Google

 

Timeline


 

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2005

The service has been integrated with Google Search History since November 2005 add something


2006

Orlando Bloom - Also in 2006, Bloom was the most searched male on Google News

 

Google Labs - In 2006, all & Google Labs products had a consistent logo, using the flask, and a gray title, as opposed to other color-coded Google products, such as Google News and Google Maps

 

AgoraVox - Google News lists certain AgoraVox items: they numbered about 600 in December 2006, and there were over 50,000 in February 2009


2007

In 2007, a Belgian court ruled that Google did not have the right to display the lead paragraph from French-language Belgian news sources when Google aggregated news stories add something

 

Associated Press - In 2007 Google announced it was paying for Associated Press content displayed in Google News, but the articles are not permanently archived

 

This arrangement started in August 2007 add something


2008

An expansion of the service was announced on September 8, 2008, when Google News began to offer indexed content from scanned newspapers add something


2009

On December 1, 2009, Google announced changes to their "first click free" program, which has been running since 2008 and allows users to find and read articles behind a paywall add something

 

That arrangement ceased on December 23, 2009 when Google News ceased carrying Associated Press content add something

 

Associated Press - On December 24, 2009, Google stopped displaying or hosting Associated Press news content on the Google News website due to dispute over the licensing agreement


2010

During the summer of 2010, Google decided to redesign the format of the Google news page, creating a firestorm of complaints add something

 

News - In 2010, Google News redesigned its front page with automatic geotargeting, which generated a selection of local news items for every viewer

 

Associated Press - On August 30, 2010, Google announced that the existing license agreement has been extended, so new content from Associated Press is added to the Google News site again


2011

In May 2011, Google cancelled plans to scan further old newspapers add something

 

The layout of Google News underwent a major revision on May 16, 2011 add something

 

Additionally in July 2011, the Sci/Tech section of the English Google News versions was split up into two sections: Science and Technology add something

 

Asian Scientist - The site devotes categories to research and development, health, medicine, new media, space news, and education, as well as breaking news coverage that has been indexed by Google News since July 22, 2011


2012

Versions for more than 60 regions in 28 languages were available in March 2012 add something


2013

Google News Archive - On December 16, 2013, & Google News employee Stacie Chan wrote in the Google Product Forums that Google News is "performing a much needed facelift on our News Archive search function", and that access to archived stories would be limited for several months while "this new system" is being built

 

Google News Archive - On December 16, 2013, & Google News employee Stacie Chan wrote in the Google Product Forums that Google News is "performing a much needed facelift on our News Archive search function", and that access to archived stories would be limited for several months while "this new system" is being built


2014

In December 2014 Google announced it would be shutting down the Google News service in Spain add something


2017

In 2017, Google added a section entitled "Executive Orders" specifically targeting the next President, Donald Trump's, new White House administration add something

 

In June 2017, the desktop version of Google $News (Category:Google_Search) saw a thorough redesign that according to Google had the goal to "make news more accessible and easier to navigate add something


2018

A revamped version of Google &News (Category:Google_Search) was introduced in May 2018 that included artificial intelligence features to help users find relevant information add something