Yahoo Debuts Video Content App 'Yahoo Screen', Partners With Viacom

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Yahoo today announced a new Yahoo Screen app, designed to function as a hub for all of Yahoo's media content. In the app, which features gesture-based controls that turn a finger into a remote control, users can browse through trending show clips or search for episodes.

When watching a show, swiping left or right will skip between episodes and a swipe up or down changes the channel. To kick things off, Yahoo has inked a deal with Viacom to offer clips from Comedy Central shows like The Daily Show and The Colbert Report, along with content from Saturday Night Live. Full shows, like Ghost Ghirls and Losing It With John Stamos are also available.

Download, kick back, and instantly watch the best videos from Yahoo Screen.

- The only place to watch the best of Saturday Night Live (SNL) online, plus new Yahoo Originals featuring Jack Black, Ed Helms, Zachary Levi, Cheryl Hines, Rachael Harris and more!

- Instantly stream the best in news, sports, food, and entertainment from MLB, UFC, The Onion, Martha Stewart, and many more for free.

- Use your finger as a remote -- easily swipe side-to-side to browse through videos or up-and-down to change the channel. Yahoo Screen is intuitively built for the mobile user.
Yahoo Screen is a universal app that can be downloaded from the App Store for free. [Direct Link]

Article Link: Yahoo Debuts Video Content App 'Yahoo Screen', Partners With Viacom
 

Blakjack

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I'd love to see Apple and Yahoo's relationship grow even stronger. I like the moves Marrissa Mayer has been making.
 

TheRealTVGuy

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Greeeaaat.... More clips and highlights.

Again, for the fiftieth time: give me Ad-Supported shows in their entirety please! (Of shows I actually want to watch!)

I'm not subscribing to Hulu and if I want clips I can go to YouTube.

The WatchABC app is almost perfect; if only it was on AppleTV or you could AirPlay it...

Why is this so hard for these guys to figure out?
 
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