By Chris Morris, Special to CNBC.com
Google TV just can't catch a break -- and the repercussions could reach beyond the search giant. The Web-meets-TV set-top box was meant to make it easy for users to find whatever video they were looking for on their television sets -- both on the air and online. But the number of content providers who are blocking access from Google TV has grown steadily since the service's launch. Hulu was first, but it wasn't long before the networks were also preventing the service from streaming their video content.
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