Yahoo! could be looking to expand its Yammy video hosting service to regions out side of South Korea, where the service was developed.
David Rice, the a vice president for product strategy with Yahoo International touted the service as "YouTube on steroids".
He declined to comment on Yahoo's plans (if any) to launch the service outside of Korea, but was quick to add that "video is very important for us."
Yahoo so far has missed out on the user generated video trend, instead linking to videos that are hosted on third party websites as well as YouTube.
This is admittedly a case of reading between the lines. So to let you judge for yourself, I've posted an audio segment where Rice talks about the Yahoo!'s plans for online video.
Scribbling the grand Yahoo! vision on the whiteboard
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