NYT on Yahoo’s Semel

The New York Times writes:

Perhaps the most glaring difference between Yahoo’s vision of a media company and the visions of more conventional media groups is in the definition of content. In a world of high-speed connections to a growing web of material that audiences can consume or manipulate in endless ways, Yahoo strives to be a 24/7 global blockbuster of self-expression. “Terry has said he’s been very clear about the fact that the habits and the desires of the consumer are the common theme between his last career and his current career,” Mr. Yang said.

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