Today Google released a page filled with all of their Media Tools, including Google Analytics, Detailed keyword research information, API access, as well as more tools and services including Engage, Documentation, Maps, Charts, Surveys and Trends.

Google Media Tools serves as a centralized repository for Google’s various media products, covering gathering & organizing (e.g. Search, Trends & Analytics and Surveys), engagement (e.g. Google+ and YouTube), publishing (e.g. Google News and Images), and more.

Welcome to Google Media Tools. Consider this your starting point to tap into Google’s suite of digital tools that can enhance news gathering and exposure across television, radio, print and online.Whether it’s refining your advanced search capabilities, improving audience engagement through #Google+, or learning how to visualize data using Google Maps, this website is intended to guide you through all the resources Google offers to journalists.

More info from Google Plus+:

Introducing a brand new hub for #MediaTools

We’re very excited to announce the new Google Media Tools website, where journalists, outlets and publishers can learn more about using Google’s digital tools to enhance newsgathering and exposure across television, radio, print and online. Visit the site for media-specific insight into Google Trends and Analytics, the Google Maps Engine and, of course, Hangouts On Air and Google+. Check it out and bookmark it! We hope you find it useful. http://www.google.com/get/mediatools/

Next post Google launches Media Tools landing page for journalists

We’re very excited to announce the new Google Media Tools website, where journalists, outlets and publishers can learn more about using Google’s digital tools to enhance news gathering and exposure across television. 

The Google Media Tools site is more than just a collection of links pointing to other properties under the Google umbrella. Instead, it has subdivided sections where reporters can dive into various topics they’re interested in to better learn the details of how things like Google’s Transparency Report work, or to learn how to get started using the Google Maps API to build customized maps and better visualize data.