Getting messages in the morning has long been my favorite feature in Google Assistant. After asking "what's in the news?" Shows a short selection of selected outlets. It's fast, it's easy and helps me out.
Google's long promise to improve this feature is provided by an on-demand version of news radio. Last year, she worked with a handful of publishers, including The Associated Press, Hollywood Reporter, Universo Online, and the South China Morning Post to create playlists for news. The audio feed adapts to the listener's time of day and preferences, using a similar AI model to the current Google News model.
Like the current offer, users can ask Google to skip or repeat certain stories.
In addition to existing partnerships, the company has created a news agency template to record stories that can be inserted into the feed. There's also the new Google News initiative that allows outlets to create more audio offerings.
The feature is now being introduced for users in the US.