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AOL, GM extend advertising pact

AOL Time Warner's America Online unit and auto giant General Motors said Wednesday they have extended their marketing agreement. AOL will continue to promote GM cars and trucks across its network of online assets, which include Netscape.com, CompuServe, Digital City and its flagship AOL service. The companies will also promote GMBuyPower.com, which provides information about vehicle configuration, dealer inventory and other types of offers. AOL and GM originally announced their partnership in January 2000 on the same day that AOL and Time Warner announced their merger.

AOL Time Warner's America Online unit and auto giant General Motors said Wednesday they have extended their marketing agreement. AOL will continue to promote GM cars and trucks across its network of online assets, which include Netscape.com, CompuServe, Digital City and its flagship AOL service. The companies will also promote GMBuyPower.com, which provides information about vehicle configuration, dealer inventory and other types of offers. AOL and GM originally announced their partnership in January 2000 on the same day that AOL and Time Warner announced their merger.