Google Inc. plans to put out a call for personal video clips as it moves to further expand the reach of its Web search business, company co-founder Larry Page said on Monday.
"We're going to start taking video submissions from people," Page said at the annual cable industry convention in San Francisco. Google in January rolled out the test version of its video search service that allows users to find content in television programs from such providers as Fox News, the NBA and PBS.
The service, called Google Video, allows users to see still images from the video clips and associated closed-captioning. Google has search relationships with numerous content and broadband providers and hopes to extend those into new areas. For example, cable company Comcast Corp. uses Google search on its site and also creates its own content.
Already Yahoo is working on Radio and MS working on TV programs. Mm, no need of watching TV also in future. I beleive Altavista done it in a long back..