Google to launch Google Play TV and Chromecast online with Chromecast and internet marketing malaise
Google will begin selling the Google Play Store on its own website and on Amazon and the Google Apps store, starting in April.
It is also working on a streaming media streaming app and a media streaming site, according to a report by the New York Times.
The company will also offer a search and discovery service on Google Play.
The announcement comes as internet marketers, many of whom rely on Google as a source of content, continue to suffer from poor search rankings and poor consumer confidence, the Times reported.
Google is also the source of many of the internet marketing techniques used by advertisers.
It has been working to bring a new internet marketing channel to market with its Chromecast device.
The Google Play store will feature a catalog of media streaming services and content, according the Times.
“We believe Google Play is a valuable platform for the media industry,” said Tim Peters, a Google spokesperson.
“As we begin to work on our own product, we’ll continue to bring our media offering to the world.
We look forward to a long, fruitful relationship with the media and digital worlds.”
The Times said Google will also start selling its own TV service in May.
The Times reported that Google will announce a “new, subscription-based television service,” but it did not provide any details about the service or how much it will cost.
The site’s first service, Google Play Television, will be free to users.