Google Media Tools

Oct 17, 2013 • 8:12 am | comments (7) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Other Google Topics

Google Media ToolsGoogle launched a new portal named Google Media Tools, which is designed for reporters and journalists.

These tools are provided to reporters and journalists to give them additional resources for their stories.

Google said:

Welcome to Google Media Tools. Consider this your starting point to tap into Google’s suite of digital tools that can enhance newsgathering and exposure across television, radio, print and online.

Whether it’s refining your advanced search capabilities, improving audience engagement through Google+, or learning how to visualize data using Google Maps, this website is intended to guide you through all the resources Google offers to journalists.

Google also gives you a way to reach out to them by emailing for more details.

The tools are broken into six categories:

Google's Daniel Sieberg, announced it on Google+ saying he was thrilled to share it with everyone. The funny thing is, Daniel actually interviewed me on mobile apps while he was working at CBS, you can check that out over here.

Forum discussion at Google+.

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Stephane Brault

10/17/2013 12:20 pm

How long until they kill this tool?


10/17/2013 01:45 pm

Or have to abandon it for spam.


10/18/2013 02:52 am

Wow they destroy the press release niche and then not long after they open this? Google doesn't use their power to muscle in on a niche do they?


10/18/2013 11:46 am

Curious as to why you say they destroyed the press release niche?


10/18/2013 12:24 pm

Curious as to why you say they didn't destroy the PR niche? I now fear to post a genuine PR online fearing of Google taking it otherwise.


10/18/2013 03:17 pm

Do you read anything? You sit on this site sticking up for Google yet aren't knowledgeable about what they do. type in press release matt cutts google into a search engine (any searche ngine). Educate yourself and then comment.


10/19/2013 04:28 am

Google is the king of the internet, they deiced what should be and what should not

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