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Re: AOL Sees 'Transition' Year in 2003
Posted by: Keith Regan 2002-12-19 01:09:41
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Offering a bleak outlook for 2003, AOL Time Warner said advertising and commerce revenue in its AOL online unit could drop as much as 50 percent as it weans itself from old contracts and tries to jump-start growth with new initiatives. Calling 2003 a "transition year," AOL said its bellwether Internet service probably will not see a noticeable upturn in business performance before 2004.

Re: AOL Sees 'Transition' Year in 2003
Posted by: ceutopia 2003-09-08 04:35:19 In reply to: Keith Regan
I have been trying to find someone of the Aol
advertising department so I can send an idea to.
After reading this article I began to wonder if you can help me. Please drop me a line and let me know.

Re: AOL Sees 'Transition' Year in 2003
Posted by: BLnkfrd 2002-12-19 01:18:20 In reply to: Keith Regan
Can somebody please tell me if I'll be getting free CNN audio and video on AOL like before May 1, 2002 when they began charging $4.95/mo. or $9.95/yr. like ABC? I turn currently to MSNBC and CBS for free video and audio. I like CNN, so please
tell me if I will get free CNN video and audio again, since AOL Time Warner owns CNN?!
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