Tag Archives: Yusuf Mehdi
Fri, May 24, 2013 | 11:24 BST
Microsoft’s senior vice president of Interactive Entertainment Business Yusuf Mehdi has stated that given the broad multimedia focus of Xbox One, there’s no reason why it can’t shift between 400 million and 1 billion consoles in its lifetime. He said the company is also angling for 100 million Xbox 360 console sales in the next five years.
Tue, Apr 09, 2013 | 00:01 BST
Microsoft has laid bare its plans to make Xbox the “Premium entertainment service that delivers all the games and entertainment consumers want”, by investing 100% of its focus in the console’s TV cloud TV strategy. The company has sold its Mediaroom brand to Ericsson to give it space to fully concentrate on its new mission.
Tue, Oct 23, 2012 | 17:03 BST
Microsoft calls Xbox subscription service “pivotal” to its business, hints at inclusion with next-gen
Thu, Jun 07, 2012 | 23:36 BST
Microsoft’s chief marketing officer Yusuf Mehdi believes Microsoft’s focus on new IP proves the Xbox 360 has plenty of life in it yet.
Thu, Jun 07, 2012 | 05:10 BST
Microsoft marketing boss Yusuf Mehdi has said Xbox Live is leaving hardware behind to become a major force in Microsoft’s broader strategy.
Wed, May 30, 2012 | 05:21 BST
Microsoft’s latest sales update shows the Xbox 360 gaining traction every year since launch.
Tue, Mar 27, 2012 | 21:40 BST
It looks as though Xbox 360 is used more for watching online movies, TV shows and listening to music than it is for online gaming through Xbox Live, according to Microsoft’s Yusuf Mehdi.
Thu, Nov 10, 2011 | 17:48 GMT
Due to the impending retirement of Mike Delman, Microsoft has handed over the chief marketing officer position of its Interactive Entertainment Business, which includes all things Xbox 360, to company vet Yusuf Mehdi. Starting on December 5, Mehdi will report directly to IEB president Don Mattrick. No word just yet on who will fill Mehdi’s former position as chief audience officer in the Online Services division, but on an interim basis, all of Mehdi’s directs will report to Qi Lu, head of Online Services. Thanks, GI.biz.