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  1. AOL First-Quarter Earnings Drop, Revenue Rises

    4:36 am 5/7/2014

    The online company, led by CEO Tim Armstrong, posted a 16 percent increase in advertising revenue, but charges were a drag on the bottom line.Read more

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  2. Zoe Saldana Talks New AOL Series 'My Hero'

    12:50 pm 4/29/2014

    The "Avatar" actress is executive producing the original web series "My Hero" for AOL On. Read more

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  3. AOL Adds James Franco, Zoe Saldana Series to Original Programming Slate

    12:22 pm 4/29/2014

    The New York tech firm announced at the NewFronts that all 16 of its shows will be measured using Nielsen Digital Program Ratings. Read more

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  4. AOL Launching Free Streaming Movies Service With Miramax

    6:17 am 4/23/2014

    The website will feature ad-supported titles from the company's library of films.Read more

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  5. AOL Adds Video Portal to Homepage

    5:00 am 4/15/2014

    The Tim Armstrong-led tech firm will feature programmed content from partners such as ESPN and HSN. Read more

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  6. AOL Renews Four Web Series

    9:06 am 4/7/2014

    Nicole Richie's "#CandidlyNicole" and three others will return for second seasons on AOL On. Read more

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  7. AOL Greenlights Steve Buscemi Web Series (Exclusive)

    5:00 am 4/2/2014

    "Park Bench," debuting in May, will feature the "Boardwalk Empire" star talking to everyday New Yorkers as well as celebrity friends.Read more

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  8. Hallmark Channel to Syndicate Video on AOL (Exclusive)

    5:00 am 2/3/2014

    AOL’s online video platform will soon offer clips from Hallmark Channel programming including "Kitten Bowl," "Home & Family" and original series. Read more

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  9. AOL to Acquire Content Personalization Startup Gravity for $83 Million

    9:59 am 1/23/2014

    The New York media firm expects to close the deal by the end of the first quarter. Read more

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  10. Tech Giants Push For Government Surveillance Reform

    9:00 am 12/9/2013

    Apple, Facebook, Google, Twitter and Yahoo are some of the companies that have joined together in the wake of NSA leaks to support limits on access to users' information.Read more

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