Talks at Google
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|Talks at Google|
|Subscribers||1.72 million subscribers|
|Total views||254 million views|
The program invites authors, scientists, actors, artists, filmmakers, and musicians to discuss their work. Most of the talks are uploaded to the YouTube channel.
The content can also be accessed in audio-only form using their podcast feed.
- "About Talks at Google". YouTube.
- "Talks at Google - YouTube". web.archive.org. 6 May 2013. Retrieved 20 May 2022. and the snapshot right before it
- "Talks at Google - YouTube". web.archive.org. 24 July 2019. Retrieved 20 May 2022. and the snapshot right before it
- "This pro-life talk at Google's headquarters was a hit". Catholic News Agency.
- "Top 10 Smart Alternatives to TED Talks". Lifehacker.
- Boran, Marie. "Get inspired with Talks At Google podcast". The Irish Times.