'Google integrates content from Newsstand and YouTube in News service'

Google would work on a new version of News, in which content from the digital magazine Newsstand and video site YouTube is processed. What the new service will look like is not yet clear.

reports Ad Age on the basis of unnamed sources that would be familiar with the plans. The new version of News could be shown during Googles own I / O developer conference; Google I / O is next Tuesday to Friday in Mountain View, near the headquarters of Google.
According to the sources, there is a new version of News, including an improved app. Newsstand content, the little popular digital magazine service, would be incorporated into this, after which Newsstand itself ceased to exist. YouTube videos would also be integrated into News. And to load the whole thing faster would use the amp, or Accelerated Mobile Pages, that Google already uses to speed up the display of web pages.
Google News now shows mainly links to news pages about a specific subject, similar to how the search engine of the internet giant is working. According to an anonymous source of Ad Age, the new version should cover all news content that is on Google’s various platforms.