Posted November 20, 2006 9:46 am by with 2 comments

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Yahoo won’t be able to avoid the scrutiny a leaked memo will receive this week, which is a shame, because they’ve just announced a deal to allow 150 newspapers to sell ads on its HotJobs service.

The companies that have signed on with Yahoo include Cox Newspapers Inc., Belo Corp., Hearst Corp., the E.W. Scripps Co., MediaNews Group Inc., Lee Enterprises and the Journal Register Co…The Yahoo program will enable advertisers who list jobs in any of the consortium’s newspapers to post their jobs on Yahoo! HotJobs and throughout the Yahoo network. Advertisers will be able to use contextual, streaming and interactive media.

  • david Myers

    If this is the same group Im thinking of they had alrady launched a beta site a while ago at

  • How will this effect Hotjobs posting fees. I wounder if I could place an add on one of those newpapers for a new employee and pay less than I would for the listing?