Google introduced late Monday a prototype of a service to search TV programming, an anticipated move to broaden its search franchise for broadcast.
The Mountain View, Calif.-based company has been quietly developing Google Video, an engine that lets people search the text of TV shows. Immediately, the service will scour programming from PBS, Fox News, C-SPAN, ABC, and the NBA, among others, making broadcasts searchable the same day.
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