Google News

Friday, September 27, 2002

Google is one of America’s most popular Internet search engines, but now, with the creation of Google News, the website is also poised to be one of America’s most widely-used news sites. What makes this Internet news different from the rest? Google uses robots, rather than reporters, to get news-junkies their daily fix. Host Brooke Gladstone talks with Jack Shafer to find out how it all works.

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