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Google will go into business, pay-TV service. The search engine giant has just reported to register a license to provide audio visual services since last week to Kansas City.

If the permit is approved, then, as reported by the Wall Street Journal (WSJ), the service will likely soon be gliding a month from now. A "media executive is currently engaged in negotiations for the licensing channel for the service," as reported by the WSJ.

Packages offered will include live viewing as well as online access and on-demand to various television channels. Pay TV is described potentially contribute a substantial income for Google.

There has been no official comment disamapaikan Google until now.



Google the license application by chance coincided with another request to put a satellite antenna farm near Google's data center in Council Bluffs, Iowa. Support is of course possible Google has a broadcast TV and movies that can be bundled with a new Internet service in Kansas City.

Kansas City is going to begin to provide super-fast internet service based on the optical cable this summer. Speed ​​internet connection through the service will be 100 times faster than regular connections.

Google plans foray into paid services business is not just this time was widely reported. Wall Street Journal also reported in November that Google is negotiating with Disney, Time Warner and Discovery Communications related to the provision of content-based video services in Kansas City optic cable.

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