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Disney-ABC Television Group and AOL announced today the availability of full-length episodes of primetime shows on AOL Video.
The programming will be delivered on a co-branded version of ABC.com’s broadband player, full episodes of programs are available today at AOL Video and starting next week will carry ABC’s new fall lineup of programming.
AOL Europe today announced the launch of AOL.es, a new portal service for Spain. AOL.es will be free to anyone using the Web and will offer email, instant messaging, photo and video services, along with tailored content including local sports, entertainment and celebrity news.
MySpace isn’t the only one experimenting with a new ad network. AOL, the long-beleaguered red-headed-step-child of the TimeWarner family, has announced a new advertising network—sort of.
After a long gathering of online advertising companies, they’ve finally created a full-fledged advertising division. Or, perhaps they’ve just revamped all of their old ones and cobbled them into a new, single unit with a new headquarters.
AOL said today that it making a series of changes to position the company to be the largest advertising network, building on its Advertising.com network and the recent purchases of Tacoda, Third Screen Media, Lightingcast and Adtech. The company said the realignment is the final stage in its transition from an access business to an ad-supported Web company.
AOL has launched a new version of its sports site that will focus on user content and blogs.
The new sports site will be similar to the blog format used on celebrity gossip site TMZ, which is a joint partnership of AOL and Telepictures Productions. Along with the Web 2.0 features the sports site includes sports news, columnists, scoreboards and user-generated video.