Tomahawk, WI 07/03/2014 (Basicsmedia) – Yahoo Shuts Some Of Its Products

Yahoo! Inc. (NASDAQ:YHOO) has decided to shut down some of its websites and trim some other products which are under performing since quite some time. Yahoo, on priority would be closing Shine, a website based on women’s lifestyle, and a contacts and email management based application Xobni. Adding to the list is Yahoo’s editorial site Yahoo Voices, Yahoo Deals, Yahoo Kids along with the search engine crucially used to explore for the people throughout the web. The main reason for the closure of these products is either they are quite old and obsolete or they are not performing as per the company’s expectations.

Well, Yahoo’s decision of trimming its excessive and non performing products should not surprise the market as it is not the first time the business has taken the decision. Yahoo! Inc. (NASDAQ:YHOO) has already taken some decisions earlier regarding the elimination of its unwanted products the last year. Moreover the industry has now decided to concentrate on its core business domain of Digital Magazine, Search Engine, Video and Communication.

Community Rebounds Back With 6th Season

Yahoo has finalized a deal with Sony Pictures Television, in which Sony is permitted to run its comedy series “Community” on Yahoo’s streaming video service Yahoo Screen. With this decision the comedy series will revert back to Yahoo, with its 6th season, since yahoo terminated the services earlier. Community is an imaginative half an hour comedy show which will be available everyday on Yahoo Screen exclusively. The current season is broken up into 13 episodes, with no advertisements in between.

The series is all about a cluster of friends who mingle at a community college with a dicey background. The show has been over and over again declared as one of the top comedy shows on the television, and Yahoo officials expect the same on the web.Yahoo! Inc. (NASDAQ:YHOO) has thanked its fans for keeping the show lively.

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