If you want to have a flash video, game or document appear in Yahoo! results, a new SearchMonkey feature will allow you to do that. All you have to do is add a couple lines of code and the next time Yahoo! crawls that page, the embedded rich media will appear in the results.
Here's an example of a Hulu result with an embedded video next to it:
Here's the code - the first two lines are what create the embed in the Yahoo! results:
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