The foundation is AOL's network of video partnerships with the likes of ESPN and Vogue and its focus on becoming a video-ad powerhouse.
The redesigned homepage hasn't shifted around any of its content--just offers a selection of themes involving its new, much-hyped logo.
AOL.com is trying to be relevant again. Good luck with that.
Additions to the AOL.com homepage include an embedded RSS reader and a widget with feeds from AIM and Bebo as well as Facebook, MySpace, and Twitter.
New AOL.com tries to be a portal for broadband users... again.
The online events site is a rebranded version of Zvents, but with a family-friendly twist and customized search.
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Company has owned domain since 1998 but hasn't done anything with it. TechCrunch reports that it may be turned into 'World of Warcraft' fan forum.