In the old days (before the internet), it was common for most people to catch up on the news by waking up to a radio broadcast when they wake up.
However, there were some limitations: Apart from the political bias of your chosen station, you could not really choose exactly the type of messages you wanted to take daily, and you were also delivered to the broadcasters' schedule and ads.
Now your morning news will become much more personal, with the announcement that Google's powered smart speakers use Google News's "Artificial Intelligence" to "compile an audio data playlist put together in it moment, for you" via Google Assistant.
In addition to the announcement, Google has also released a video showing what the future of audio message delivery is all about.
The search giant cooperates with numerous publishers around the world, including The Associated Press, The Hollywood Reporter, The New York Times, and The Washington Post Specification Prototype in an effort to attract more news organizations to bring the fold.
Google hopes that users will receive messages that are completely tailored to their interests.
"It begins with a briefing with top stories and updates on topics that interest you more stories," said Google's official announcement, adding, "Anytime of your day when you want to hear the latest news ̵
According to the announcement, users can use their voices to skip stories involving they are not interested, or to repeat, they want to hear again. It is currently planned to provide Audio News to a limited number of English-speaking Google Assistant users in the United States.