ABC News and Yahoo Partner For Expanded Digital Content Offering

On Monday, GoodMorningAmerica.com‘s launch on Yahoo began offering audiences new ways to continue the conversation before, during and after the broadcast on an around-the-clock basis. Yahoo! and ABC News are embarking on a strategic new alliance that will enhance and transform the delivery of news and information across the digital landscape. As a result of …   Read More

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On Monday, GoodMorningAmerica.com‘s launch on Yahoo began offering audiences new ways to continue the conversation before, during and after the broadcast on an around-the-clock basis.

Yahoo! and ABC News are embarking on a strategic new alliance that will enhance and transform the delivery of news and information across the digital landscape.

As a result of the deal, ABC News will be the premier news provider on Yahoo! News.

This multifaceted relationship blends Yahoo! News’ unmatched audience, as well as its depth and breadth of content, with ABC News’ global newsgathering operation and unrivaled lineup of trusted anchors and reporters.

“Yahoo! is committed to building the richest set of premium and personalized content experiences for our users. Our deep collaboration with ABC News further strengthens Yahoo! as the No. 1 online news source, greatly enhancing our already robust news content,” says Ross Levinsohn, executive vice president of Americas at Yahoo! “ABC News and Ben Sherwood’s vision is completely symbiotic with ours; together we can create highly engaging experiences for more than 100 million users a month that will set the standard for the industry.”

Yahoo! News and ABC News reach a combined audience of more than 100 million people in the U.S. each month on PCs, mobile devices and tablets.

“This relationship will give ABC News an unrivaled ability to reach across the Web, combining Yahoo!’s vast distribution and cutting-edge technology with our award-winning journalism. For years, we’ve proudly proclaimed that more Americans get their news from ABC News than any other source,” said Ben Sherwood, president of ABC News. “Going forward, we will greatly expand this leadership by building a connection with a whole new online audience.”

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