Yahoo has pulled the plug on some of its web broadcasting services, including Yahoo Radio and the FinanceVision web TV station.
The company explained that the move is part of a profits drive, and that no more than 30 employees would be affected.
Web broadcasting was a key part of Yahoo's plans in 1999 when it purchased Broadcast.com for $5.7bn in stock. But it has suffered mixed fortunes in incorporating broadcast services into the rest of the company.
Set up like a financial TV station, FinanceVision failed to gain as much traction as the main Yahoo Finance site, which provided basic text and graphics.
Yahoo Radio, which rebroadcast terrestrial radio stations, will be closed in favour of the company's LaunchCast service, which makes original music broadcasts for the web.
Yahoo has posted six consecutive quarterly losses, and is due to release second-quarter results on 10 July. Its stock has been somewhat volatile of late.
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