Wednesday, October 26, 2005
Google, Academy of Television Arts and Sciences Team On Video
Search engine giant Google and the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Foundation said this morning that the two are teaming to provide television archive footage in Google Video. The Academy will make its historical American television archive available for free viewing on Google's video searching service. The Academy will place 284 historic films, about 240 viewing hours worth of interviews with actors, writers, producers, and directors in the Google video system. Content included in the video include interviews with Alan Alda, Phyllis Diller, Dick Wolf, Michael J. Fox, Steven Bochco, Ted Turner, William Shatner, and many others, according to the companies. 75 of the interviews are available today on the Google site.