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Tuesday, November 02, 2010
Yahoo and Samsung Expand Availability of Yahoo Connected TV to Consumers Across Europe


Yahoo! and Samsung today announced an extended partnership to deliver Yahoo! Connected TV in 26 new countries across Europe, bringing Yahoo! Connected TV on Samsung TVs to 39 countries worldwide.

Together with Samsung's own Internet@TV service, Samsung's 2010 European Internet-connected TVs will also feature a new full-screen Yahoo! user interface. Today's news builds on the partnership that Yahoo! and Samsung first announced in January 2009.

The Internet revolution is televised as consumers use Yahoo! Connected TV to interact with Internet content and services. Consumers can access video content on YouTube; view the latest headlines and videos on Sky News and Bild News, view photos from Flickr; discover travel deals on Teletext Holidays, get German football scores and updates on Bild Mein Klub; shop on eBay; play games from PlayJam, create a personal channel of music videos on Putpat, or catch up with friends on Twitter and Facebook, and much more - all while watching TV.

The partnership with Samsung is the latest step in the global distribution of Yahoo! Connected TV, which is currently in use in 135 countries.


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