Yahoo: movement at the station

The Yahoo boys and girls have packed their buckets and spades and complicated mobile phones and are ready to shift. Yahoo is expanding.
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The Yahoo boys and girls have packed their buckets and spades and complicated mobile phones and are ready to shift. Yahoo is expanding.

Sydney, 19th September – Yahoo!7 (www.yahoo7.com.au) is set to relocate from North Sydney to Walsh Bay, following unprecedented growth in staffing levels and strong financial results in the first two quarters of 2006.

Yahoo!7 currently reaches a unique audience of 5.5 million users each month (according to Nielsen NetRatings), while, the Yahoo!7 team has doubled as the joint venture with the Seven Network has gathered momentum.

Complete with an on-site studio and digital video editing suite, the Yahoo!7 team will now be able to record and produce a range of original and exclusive content on-site, to be delivered through a variety of products including the popular Yahoo!7 Music (www.yahoo7.com.au/music).

Joining Yahoo!7 in the new premises is sister company, Yahoo! Search Marketing, who move from their Philip Street offices.

Ian Smith, chief executive officer at Yahoo!7, said: “Our new location and improved facilities will enable us to expand and improve our services, providing a comprehensive, unique and compelling offering for internet users in this country.”

The move to the new offices at Pier 8/9, Walsh Bay, will take place in November 2006.

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