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Launching in Argentina: Google News Showcase

Launching in Argentina: Google News Showcase

Google in Latin America, Google News Initiative, Money, News
Just last week we announced that Google News Showcase, our new product experience and licensing program for news, had launched in Australia. Today we’re announcing that News Showcase is rolling out with local, national and independent publishers in Argentina. As part of our licensing deals with publishers, we're also launching the ability for readers to access select paywall content. This feature will give people the opportunity to read more of a publisher’s content than they would otherwise have access to, while enabling publishers to incent readers to become a subscriber. So far, we’ve signed on 40 news publications to Google News Showcase, including Clarin, La Nación, Perfil, Infobae, Crónica, Cronista, El Economista, Diario Río Negro, El Día, La Gaceta and El Litoral. These news organi...
Google News Showcase is launching in the U.K.

Google News Showcase is launching in the U.K.

Google News Initiative, Money, News, UK
Today, we’re announcing that Google News Showcase, our new product experience and licensing program for news, will begin rolling out with local, national and independent publishers in the U.K. As part of our licensing agreements with publishers, we're also launching the ability for readers to access select paywall content. This feature will give readers the opportunity to read more of a publisher’s content than they would otherwise have access to, while enabling publishers to encourage readers to become a subscriber. In the U.K, Google has signed partnerships with publishers such as Archant, DC Thomson, Evening Standard, The Financial Times, Iliffe Media, The Independent, Midland News Association, New Statesman, Newsquest, JPI Media, Reach, The Telegraph and Reuters. In total, more than 12...
News Brief: January updates from the Google News Initiative

News Brief: January updates from the Google News Initiative

Google News Initiative, Money, News
For many people, the new year comes with resolutions to learn new skills or adopt healthy habits. We at the Google News Initiative are focusing efforts to make training programs more accessible and learn from newsrooms that are driving innovation in journalism. Read on for highlights from January.The GNI Subscriptions Lab returns to EuropeBuilding on last year’s program, this month we announced the 2021 GNI Subscriptions Lab program for Europe, in collaboration with INMA and FT Strategies. The eight-month program is designed to help European publishers strengthen digital subscriptions capabilities and grow reader revenue. Applications are open until February 17.One World Media Awards support innovation in journalismWe’re continuing our support for the One World Media Awards. Established in...
Google News Showcase launches in Australia

Google News Showcase launches in Australia

Australia, Google News Initiative, Money, News
With the news moving faster than ever, it's clear that journalism is an essential way to keep people informed. To meet growing reader and publisher needs, last year we increased our investment in news partnerships and launched Google News Showcase. Today we are happy to announce we are rolling out an initial version of the product to benefit users and publishers in Australia, with a keen focus on leading regional and independent publishers given the importance of local information and the role it plays in people’s everyday lives.News Showcase is designed to bring value to both publishers and readers by providing a licensing program that pays publishers to curate content for story panels across Google services, and gives readers more insights into the stories that matter. Since launching la...
What we’re looking forward to in 2021 for news

What we’re looking forward to in 2021 for news

Google News Initiative, Money, News
While 2020 is behind us, the challenges facing the news industry are still very much in front of us. Ensuring that people have access to quality news is a core part of our work here at Google — and so is finding ways to support the news industry, whether that is supporting new ways publishers can reach and engage their audience or supporting exploration of new funding models. Every month we send 24 billion visits to news sites for free, enabling those publishers to monetize this audience through ads on their site or by converting them to subscribers. We’re investing $1 billion in news partnerships and the future of news through our new product, Google News Showcase. In addition, last year we established an Emergency Fund for journalism outlets impacted by COVID-19 and launched a suite of f...

How newsrooms can build new audiences through video

Google News Initiative, Money
For the past year, I’ve led VidSpark, a Google News Initiative partnership with The Poynter Institute helping local news publishers bolster their social media video strategy. Our work aims to help newsrooms better connect with Gen Z viewers in order to maintain their relevance well into the future.We’ve worked with three local newsrooms: GBH News, The Star Tribune and 10 Tampa Bay. These publishers have broken out of their traditional formats to spin up new social-first video series that include Gen Z voices and speak to important issues in ways that resonate with younger audiences. The three newsrooms produced a total of 98 videos through the program, publishing across YouTube, Instagram and TikTok.I know the importance of adapting your message to social platforms in order to reach an aud...
New global publications sign on to News Showcase

New global publications sign on to News Showcase

Google News Initiative, Money, News
The events of this past year have proven that providing access to diverse, high-quality news sources is more important than ever. Whether it’s information about COVID-19, the latest environmental story or reporting on governments around the world, people are looking for the news that affects their lives. Our investment of $1 billion over the next three years towards news partnerships and for Google News Showcase helps support publications to produce, distribute and explain essential information to users in new ways. News Showcase panels give publishers the ability to tell important news stories together with context and links to additional stories. Panels also feature recognizable branding so users can easily find and identify trusted news organizations. Since we announced Google News Show...
News Brief: December updates from the Google News Initiative

News Brief: December updates from the Google News Initiative

Google News Initiative, Money, News
2020 was a year no one expected, and journalists all over the world responded to upheaval by keeping their communities informed. As we closed out the year, Latin American newsrooms demonstrated how technology can make journalism more accessible, and we supported new programs to sustain local and independent journalism. 10:25Digitizing 80 years of historyOrganización Editorial Mexicana (OEM) is the largest Mexican print media company and the largest newspaper company in Latin America. Using Google Cloud’s AI technology, OEM was able to digitize their newspaper and photo archive and create new sources of reader revenue. This process also allowed employees, the news agency, subscribers to the newspaper and researchers to digitally access the cultural heritage of their newspaper and its more t...

An open fund for projects debunking vaccine misinformation

COVID-19, Google News Initiative, Money, News
The uncertainty and developing nature of the coronavirus pandemic continues to generate related misinformation. Fact-checkers have been hard at work debunking falsehoods online, with nearly 10,000 fact checks about the pandemic currently showing up across our products. The global rollout of COVID-19 vaccines is exacerbating a perennial problem of misinformation about immunization. To support additional debunking efforts, the Google News Initiative is launching a COVID-19 Vaccine Counter-Misinformation Open Fund worth up to $3 million.While the COVID-19 infodemic has been global in nature, misinformation has also been used to target specific populations. Some of the available research also suggests that the audiences coming across misinformation and those seeking fact checks don’t necessari...