Wednesday, October 26, 2005
Google Shows TV Star Talks
Search giant signs deal with Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Foundation to show interviews with TV stars.
Google teamed with the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Foundation on Wednesday in a deal to put online the Foundation’s interviews with TV performers, producers, directors, and executives about the history of television.
Among the performers whose interviews from the Archive of American Television will be available for free are Alan Alda, Phyllis Diller, Sid Caesar, Andy Griffith, and Dick Van Dyke. The first 75 interviews from the 284-interview collection are already online at Google Video, and the rest will be available later.
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Posted by MITCH TV at 11:15 AM