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YahooSEVEN?!


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Listerofsmeg

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Yahoo has done what MS did.

In Australia we have ninemsn,which is channel 9 TV and hotmail.
Now Yahoo has done the same and now it is YahooSEVEN, With Channel 7 TV

What will they do next!?
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well u see channel 7 wasnt getting enough attention so they they dicided to go with yahoo.
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I Wounder if Nine did the same??!!
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na nine was famous scince the launch of AD TV channals.
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Didn't nine start, then 7 then 10. ABC,SBS and 31 started somewhere in the middle!
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no! ABC was aussies first station
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The link below gives all the history.

http://televisionau.....au/fifties.htm
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cool. so who was first?
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In other Yahoo related news, they just released an SDK for their messenger, allowing plugin development :whistling:
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