Google TV has expanded content to include a fresh batch of international channel-apps that can be accessed via the Android Market, however it hasn’t yet expanded to include international sales. While Google TV continues to only be available here in the US, the new international content, including Euronews, PPTV (chinese-language), IslamBox, Raaga (South Asian music), al-Jazeera, Yupp TV (Indian content), and Japan’s Crunchyroll, will collectively offer music, breaking news, live and on-demand shows, and cartoons from around the world.
Currently, the addition is being aimed at individuals who live in the US and are missing content from home. However, in keeping with an earlier announcement made at last years Edinburgh International Television Festival, a Google spokesperson has said that Google TV is “looking to roll out internationally through the course of 2012″. No word yet on specific release dates and locations, but we will keep you posted as more details will likely surface at Google I/O in June.
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