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Short Take: AOL contemplates less content

America Online may drop half of its content suppliers in a bid to retain exclusive rights to information that appears on its service, according to a report in the New York Post. The report says the online service provider wants more of the content on its service to be exclusive to AOL and that content providers should charge for access to their Web sites so that AOL could then make access free on its service. The comments were made at an AOL Partners Conference for suppliers last week.

America Online may drop half of its content suppliers in a bid to retain exclusive rights to information that appears on its service, according to a report in the New York Post. The report says the online service provider wants more of the content on its service to be exclusive to AOL and that content providers should charge for access to their Web sites so that AOL could then make access free on its service. The comments were made at an AOL Partners Conference for suppliers last week.