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Google TV, the revamped smart TV platform from the search engine giant, may soon get support for free TV channels.

According to a report from Protocol, Google is in talks with free and ad-supported streaming television providers about the possibility of adding those channels to its smart TV platform. It will have a similar feel to the traditional TV with ads.

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/Accprding to Gizmo China, the free streaming channels could get launched on Google TV in the coming weeks or months, but the company may wait to announce the initiative with its Smart TV partners sometime early next year.

As for the usage, the users will likely be getting a dedicated live TV menu to browse through the channels, the streaming channels are expected to be presented alongside over-the-air programming that can be accessed with an antenna.

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Google first forayed into the free TV streaming category when it unveiled the Android TV platform in 2014.

Google TV is based on the Android operating system and is powering devices like Chromecast as newer Smart TVs.

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