Wednesday, February 10, 2016

What Can Yahoo's Online Video Assets Do For Verizon?

Distributing its video out to its various websites could be a boon to Yahoo. Parks Associates' Brett Sappington predicted that traditional magazines may make a leap to presenting their content via online video platforms, going one step beyond the current trend of putting select videos onto their main websites. Yahoo is in a good position to present its own video magazines -- competing directly with stalwarts like Sports Illustrated, The New York Times, and Cosmopolitan, should they follow that strategy.

From the article "What Can Yahoo's Online Video Assets Do For Verizon?" by Samantha Bookman.

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