The current state of news has been routinely criticized for its lack of pluralism. Google News seeks to remedy these criticisms by providing the media with a neutral platform, where top quality top quality news can be read by all.
Google News is widely recognized as one of the most trusted sources for current events. It is designed to be a search engine like no other, presenting news typically based on keywords and providing comprehensive updates without any bias. The search engine has gone through changes since its inception in 2004; it was first set up by Google co-founders Larry Page and Sergey Brim, who wanted to ensure that people would be able to access
Google News is a search engine that presents relevant excerpts of stories on the users’ interests. Google News has also become useful in providing impartial coverage for events, as it does not attempt to promote or condemn any news story by advocating one point of view over the other.
There are many topics that have been long criticized for being incomplete or unfair. Google News is designed to provide quality content on these topics. The search engine presents news based on meaningful keywords instead of the sources, which allows users to find specifically what they’re looking for. It also features regular updates with no bias in an attempt to be objective. The information provided by Google News can also be useful when trying to spread unbiased opinions.
Google News to relaunch in Spain after mandatory payments to newspapers scrapped
On December 6, 2014 it was announced that Google had decided to cancel its €60 per month subscription service for the Spanish edition of Google News. The announcement comes as Spain has struggling over public spending and even more heavily burdened with radical reforms since 2011. The service relaunches on Wednesday, February 25th as Google Auto services de Notices, which is a monthly fee deal just like many other western countries.