More content partners revealed.
Google has just put up a blog post with additional information on the upcoming Google TV. They've decided to announce a few more of their content partners. Turner Broadcasting will optimize the websites for TBS, TNT, CNN, Cartoon Network and Adult Swim to get them ready for Google TV.
NBC Universal is working with Google to bring the CNBC Real-Time application to your GTV. This will bring stock tracking and news feed access to your giant screen. HBO is working on porting much of their programming to GTV via HBO GO, which will give on-demand access to subscribers.
The NBA is rounding things out with the NBA Game Time app. Follow game scores and highlights in real-time and in HD from your GTV. Amazon Video On Demand and Netflix finish up the wheel of multimedia content confirmations. However, sites like the New York Times and USA Today will also have integration with GTV, as will music sites like Pandora and VEVO.
Google has posted a video on their site of Apps for Google TV, which gives us an idea of what actually using the service will look like. The interface is very simple. It looks easy enough for my technophobe roommate to navigate, which is my main concern.