Google TV adds international channels, but is itself not yet available internationally.

Posted: 22 Mar 2012   Print   Send a link
Google TV blog, 16 Mar 2012, Jennifer Wasson: "If you live in the U.S. and your home is far away, we’re featuring apps this week that bring the hometown content you love to your Google TV, for free. Take a trip with us through some apps from around the world: PPTV offers high-definition video programming, including the latest cinema blockbusters and TV dramas from Asia. ... IslamBox has more than 40 Live TV Channels and over two thousand hours of video on demand in four different languages from around the world. ... Yupp TV brings Indian TV channels live and on demand to your Google TV. ... Raaga offers South Asian music from more than 200 music labels from the region in almost 20 languages. ... Crunchyroll lets you watch Japanese anime and Asian Drama on your Google TV. ... euronews is a web app that publishes the very latest news from Europe ‘s leading international news channel. ... Language services available include English, Spanish, French, German and Italian. Al Jazeera offers an English version of the Arabic-language news network."

Phandroid, 18 Mar 2012, Edgar Cervantes: "These international applications could be a good sign that Google is set to release Google TV internationally soon. It has already been stated that this is a plan slated for 2012. Release dates and markets are not yet announced, but we can expect major markets like Asia and Europe to be included."

TechCrunch, 16 Mar 2012, Ingrid Lunden: "To get Google TV, Google currently lists two options: either buy a special Sony Internet TV, or a set-top box from Sony or Logitech that you use with your own Internet-enabled TV."