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- AOL, biz mag start up online reality skein. Fritz, Ben // Daily Variety;4/14/2004, Vol. 283 Issue 7, p10
Reports on the launch of the Internet series "The Startup" by America OnLine Inc. in Los Angeles, California. Reason for the investment of the company in online series; Theme of the show; Producers of the show.
- Online 'Liz' viewing leaves critic cranky. Lowry, Brian // Daily Variety;11/16/2012, Vol. 317 Issue 35, p8
In this article the author focuses on online viewing of television programs.
- New Web-Based Soap Opera Makes HIV Prevention and Education More Interactive, Accessible. Key, Jim // Vanguard (LA Gay & Lesbian Center);Mar2008, p7
A web-based soap opera entitled "In the Moment" is reviewed.
- Online catch-up needs to migrate to TVs to attract general viewers. RICE, COLIN // New Media Age;10/14/2010, p09
The article examines a survey, which showed the increasing popularity of online television services and preference to view these programs on actual TV.
- Blighty pact a test tube for YouTube. Clarke, Steve // Variety;11/23/2009, Vol. 417 Issue 2, p12
The article discusses British television (TV) broadcaster Channel 4's business decision to form an agreement with video sharing website YouTube, which will allow consumers to watch TV programs for free. British television shows available on YouTube will include "Skins" and "Peep Show." Channel 4...
- TUSSLE OVER TREASURE. Fritz, Ben; Adalian, Josef // Daily Variety;1/31/2006, Vol. 290 Issue 22, p1
The article reports on the rivalry between Yahoo! Inc. and America Online Inc. (AOL) for the launch of a treasure-hunting Web reality programs. AOL has been developing a program, where users are invited to search for treasure around the country via clues hidden on its Web properties. On the...
- A NEW ERA FOR TV. Lafayette, Jon // Television Week;11/14/2005, Vol. 24 Issue 46, p1
The article focuses on a deal forged between America Online and Warner Bros. in November 2005. America Online has bought 30 TV series from Warner's library to launch a free advertisement-supported broadband TV network, to be dubbed In2TV. The deal marks the first time that traditional TV...
- The Case of AOL's Missing Programming Initiatives. Shields, Mike // Adweek;9/17/2007, Vol. 48 Issue 33, p7
The examines why America Online (AOL) has not launched any of the original programming initiatives that they promoted in April 2006. The article explains that in April 2006 AOL held a meeting with prominent media buyers in New York City to present five ambitious programming initiatives for...
- Web Beats TV? Not This Year. Higgins, John M. // Broadcasting & Cable;5/8/2006, Vol. 136 Issue 19, p24
Focuses on the impact of Internet advertising on television advertising in the U.S. Estimated national broadcast, cable and syndication advertisement sales to be sold in the upfront market; Percentage of increase in Web advertising in 2005 according to PricewaterhouseCoopers; Advantages of...