GoogleTV with Contextual Ads

Nov 2, 2005 - 8:21 am 0 by
Filed Under Google News

The other day one of the ZDNet bloggers wrote on the topic of Google: Thinking about the future of TV ads. Most would agree that Google has their eyes on TV Media, I believe John Battelle has been saying this for a while now. At DigitalPoint Forums a member posts this news and comments;

Imagine GoogleTV with ads served up depending on what your watching, your past search history, your email, pretty much anything that Google can track.

Imagine that. :) Would consumers welcome it? Will privacy folks freak over it? Applying the same marketing tactics on the Web, to the TV or radio...


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