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AOL chief snaps up video-ad biz in his biggest deal yet

The company, coming into its own as an ad-driven digital-media firm, plans its biggest takeover since Tim Armstrong assumed command: the $405 million purchase of video-ad marketplace Adap.tv.

By August 7, 2013

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AOL writers being taught 'The AOL Way'

Leaked editorial document gives behind-the-scenes look at AOL's effort to shake off reliance on subscription revenue and become content powerhouse.

By February 1, 2011

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Twitter brings more media, music to Web client

Five new partnerships come to the Twitter.com site, so that music and video content (among other things) will pop up as a widget instead of opening up in new links.

By December 7, 2010

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AOL sees revenues slide, profits rise

The Web portal reports a 26 percent drop in revenue for the third quarter. Net earnings were buoyed by the sale of investments in Kayak and its ICQ operations.

By November 3, 2010

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HTML5 video is winning over the Web

The video-format war between HTML5 and Adobe Systems' Flash is old news. More than half of Web video is now compatible with HTML5.

By October 27, 2010

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AOL acquires 5min for video push

The Web portal picks up 4-year-old video-syndication platform 5min as it strives to bolster its current video offerings.

By September 28, 2010

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5min inks video deal with Scripps Networks

Instructional-video site 5min will feature videos from Scripps Networks' HGTV, Food Network, DIY Network, and more. Companies will also partner on advertising.

By October 5, 2009

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How to find how-tos on the Web

Want to learn how to tie a tie? Build an igloo? If so, check out these how-to sites that help you do things big and small.

By February 13, 2009

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Graspr teams with Diet.com to distribute online video

Graspr has teamed up with Diet.com to distribute online video content across its entire network.

By October 30, 2008

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Graspr syndicates how-to videos, raises $2.5 million

The video site is among a raft of startups vying to be the next YouTube for do-it-yourself types. Can it break out of the pack with a new syndication model?

By July 10, 2008