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AOL, formerly known as America Online, is a web portal, online content producer, and Internet service provider. AOL owns about 80 websites under various brands, including the tech blogs Engadget and Techcrunch, the financial site DailyFinance and the sports blog network Fanhouse, the tech review site gdgt, and the Huffington Post, as well as the mapping service…

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Caroline O'Donovan    February 18, 2014
With 80 members and growing, a news network in Connecticut tries to help local news scale.
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Ken Doctor    January 29, 2014
Even though much of the digital advertising market is dire for news operations, a confluence of factors are making it easier than ever to build something new online.
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Mark Coddington    January 17, 2014
Plus: Lessons from the outrage over the Kellers’ columns about tweeting and cancer, and the rest of the week’s news about journalism and tech.
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Mark Coddington    December 20, 2013
Plus: 60 Minutes produces a friendly story on the NSA, the ethics of holding stories, and the rest of the week’s journalism and tech news.
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Mark Coddington    August 23, 2013
Plus: Bradley Manning is sentenced to 35 years in prison, Patch cuts its workforce, Jeff Bezos next steps at The Washington Post, and the rest of the week’s news on journalism and the web.
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Caroline O'Donovan    August 20, 2013
“We give the context and credibility of professional video journalism,” says its cofounder, “and mix that with the authenticity and originality of crowdsourcing.”
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Ken Doctor    August 19, 2013
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Mark Coddington    August 16, 2013
Plus: The San Francisco Chronicle backtracks on its paywall, layoffs at Patch, the coming arrival of Al Jazeera America, and the rest of the week’s news in journalism and the web.
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Mark Coddington    August 9, 2013
Plus: John Henry buys The Boston Globe, AOL’s Patch cuts, and the rest of the week’s news in journalism and the web.
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Caroline O'Donovan    May 6, 2013
The Times doesn’t want to be “so serious all the time that you end up being just a dreadful bore at the dinner party, you know? Nobody wants that, either. We want to be entertaining as well, we want to have some fun. It doesn’t have to all be heavy and brooding.”
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Caroline O'Donovan    March 28, 2013
WorldStream, the Journal’s stream of brief videos built on Tout, is getting premium ad rates and substantial audience numbers.
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Mark Coddington    February 15, 2013
Plus: Self-censorship in the media’s coverage of drones, Time Warner’s possible magazine sales plans, and the rest of the week’s news about the future of news.
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Ken Doctor    June 21, 2012
Publishers are getting more aggressive about repackaging their work into ebooks, iPad magazines, and other new forms, in the hopes of creating something readers will pay for.
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Justin Ellis    June 14, 2012
The new iPad magazine from the Huffington Post is looking to court a higher-end audience willing to pay for weekly, longform journalism.