HuffPost Live, AOL's Internet video talkshow network, is coming to old-fashioned TV through pact with AXS TV cable network run by billionaire Mark Cuban. AXS TV is not paying AOL for the programming…
AOL is shutting down AOL Music and several other music news and video websites, according to employee tweets Friday. Move to shutter music sites shows the company is refocusing on higher-growth areas…
AOL has tapped Susan Lyne, one of its board members and the former president of ABC Entertainment, as chief executive of its global Brand Group. Lyne, who also ran Martha Steward Living Omnimedia and…
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Guardians of the Galaxy
Guardians of the Galaxy1Daily:$5.8M Cumulative:$281.2M Disney -16.98%
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles2Daily:$3.7M Cumulative:$166.3M Paramount Pictures -21.00%
If I Stay
If I Stay3Daily:$2.5M Cumulative:$32.3M Warner Brothers / New Line -25.19%
AOL CEO Tim Armstrong Friday boasted a long-awaited return to growth in 2012 for the first time in eight years as, he said, the firm works to build a "next generation" media and telecom company.
The Web portal that made a catchphrase out of "you've got mail" is now looking for males, too.
AOL is making its biggest bet yet that it can succeed as an online content company, announcing just after midnight Monday that it was acquiring the heavily-trafficked Huffington Post for $315 million.
A year after selling DIC Entertainment, Andy Heyward has returned to the kidvid scene with a new banner, A Squared Entertainment, and an animation production partnership with AOL.
News Corp. is shuffling digital executives as part of its new structure, bringing in a fresh face for the congom and moving back a veteran to its studio. Details are still spotty, but based on…
When Time Warner tapped Randy Falco, then president of NBC Universal television, to head up AOL, it was a sign that old media and new were increasingly merging. The way to save revive its struggling…
Amid all the recent headlines about tie-ups and acquisitions involving Yahoo, Microsoft, Google and Facebook, one player continues to look more like a perpetual bridesmaid than bride.