Google has been using a new ad technique called “connected TV advertising,” which lets advertisers easily target ads on televisions that have been connected to the internet.
The ads are now available on several of the world’s biggest television networks, including Amazon Prime, CBS, Disney Channel, and Fox News.
The ads, which can be viewed in Google’s ad platform, are currently being used on a variety of channels.
The ads were designed to target the most popular television channels, including CBS, ABC, NBC, FOX, and ABC Family.
“Connected TV advertising is a powerful tool that can be used to make an even greater impact on the way people consume TV,” said Eric Blomquist, head of digital product for Google, in a blog post about the ad platform.
“It is also a great way to increase consumer trust in a brand and encourage them to try the brand again and again.
It is something that we are constantly exploring to make ads that are more relevant, relevant to the user, and relevant to their brand.”
A few notable examples include Fox News, which launched an ad campaign with an image of President Donald Trump’s face.
Fox News also used an ad featuring the president and his son-in-law Jared Kushner to show that they were not the subject of a criminal investigation by the FBI, but instead had been invited to an event at the White House.
Google has also made some interesting changes to the way the ads are being displayed.
Previously, they would show up as a white square instead of the vertical bar that is now in place.
It’s possible that Google will add more advertisers to the platform as it continues to expand its ad network, but it appears to be more about adding new content to the advertising space than trying to get users to subscribe to Google’s new paid service.
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