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Yahoo Is Shuttering 7 of Its 11 Digital Magazines

Struggling tech and media giant Yahoo dropped the axe on seven content verticals today. Yahoo Food, Health, Parenting, Makers, Travel, Autos and Real Estate will no longer exist as stand-alone digital magazines. Instead, the publisher will focus on its four remaining verticals: News, Sports, Finance and Lifestyle.

Sports Illustrated’s First Comprehensive App Has a Feature That Could Boost Video Views

Sports Illustrated has been around for 62 years, but it's a newbie when it comes to mobile. Though the longstanding sports brand has launched a few specific apps for its Kids and Swimsuit products, today SI rolled out its first comprehensive mobile app that houses all of its offerings under one roof.

Here’s AOL’s Playbook for Becoming a Sports Content Leader, but Is It a Winning Strategy?

Yannis Pappas, comedian-turned-host of one of AOL's new sports video programs called 2 Point Lead, is sitting in a reception area-turned-makeshift-set in the middle of AOL's New York headquarters.

Sports on Earth Struggles, While Yahoo’s Post Game Thrives

There's arguably more high-quality sports writing on the Web than ever before. But despite the high-minded pursuits of sites like The Classical, when it comes to digital sports success, distribution still rules.

Big Questions Hang Over Yahoo at CES

CES isn’t just a critical time for TV manufacturers, tablet companies and electronic roller skate inventors to lay out their wares for the year. It’s also turning out to be a vital time for the future of Yahoo.