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AOL unveils interactive TV plans, readies Netscape 6.0

America Online's progress on its quest to reach consumers everywhere is detailed in a report by Merrill Lynch analyst Henry Blodget, who also got a glimpse of Netscape 6.0.

 

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America Online's progress on its quest to reach consumers everywhere is detailed in a report by Merrill Lynch analyst Henry Blodget, who also got a glimpse of Netscape 6.0.

"(AOL TV is) a profoundly important next step in the development of the medium and AOL."

- Henry Blodget, Merrill Lynch Internet analyst

 


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