The Guardian continues its digital onslaught, launching a Google TV app for the US

The Guardian continues its digital onslaught, launching a Google TV app for the US

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Last September, we reported that the UK’s Guardian newspaper was launching in the US, kicking things off with a new American website. Today, at the Guardian Changing Media Summit in London, the publication announced its first Google TV app, letting US audiences view Guardian content on a big screen. Viewers...
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