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2011-08-19 00:00:30

Young Singer Songwriter Steps Into The Spotlight Through Various Media Platforms as a Voice of Protest for a New Generation Studio City, CA (PRWEB) August 18, 2011 The Week of August 15th "“ 22nd, 2011 is shaping up to be a big week for Arlington, Indiana singer/songwriter Jordan Page. This young "Troubadour of Conscience" music and message are especially timely in America in 2011, and is resonating with audiences Nationally. Jordan uses his talents to promote a message of peace...

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2011-05-05 06:50:00

AOL's first-quarter earnings and online ad revenue fell sharply, but the struggling Internet provider tried to reassure its investors by pointing out an increase in display ad revenue that grew for the first time in more than three years. AOL's CEO, Tim Armstrong, said the quarter marked a milestone for AOL, but made it clear that the company also has a long road ahead. AOL acquired The Huffington Post news and opinion site in March for $315 million, and net profit fell 86 percent in the...

2010-02-01 08:00:00

MANHATTAN BEACH, Calif., Feb. 1 /PRNewswire/ -- Intersect World LLC, a leading developer of mobile apps for the iPhone and Android platforms, today announced the immediate availability of AOL's free SHOUTcast(TM) Radio Directory, http://www.shoutcast.com, on the Radio for iPhone app available on the iTunes App Store. The free SHOUTcast Radio Directory allows Radio for iPhone owners to access more than 32,000 professional and community programmed radio stations that span more than 30...

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2009-05-24 11:00:00

AOL's hiring of former Google executive Tim Armstrong is the company's latest effort to salvage it's future after suffering a decade of dwindling profits, The Associated Press reported. While AOL's operations still make money, the company's legacy business, its dial-up Internet service, continues to suffer and its newer online advertising service has been slow to catch on. Time Warner, which AOL bought in 2001 for $147 billion, is looking into formally separating itself from AOL by spinning...

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2008-12-03 11:50:00

In light of rising broadcast rates, Yahoo Inc. has announced its decision to take its Internet radio service to CBS Corp. In February 2009, CBS will power Yahoo-owned Launchcast and sell ads on the service, but Yahoo employees will continue to control programming for the service. Under the agreement, Yahoo's news and sports sections will feature some of CBS's top-rated radio stations, such as WFAN in New York and KNX-AM in Los Angeles. Users of Firefox and Safari Web browsers will enjoy...

2008-09-05 06:00:08

By Jason Bracelin Do they make Kevlar boots? If not, someone ought to fashion a couple hundred pairs and send them to the various music industry powers that be, for once again, they're shooting themselves in the feet. This time, it's over Internet broadcasting. Thanks to a corrupt pay-for-play business model and centralized playlists that largely exclude local artists, traditional terrestrial radio is in danger of becoming as relevant as that Betamax player rusting in the garage....

2008-07-17 09:00:31

AOL today announced an update to Winamp (http://www.winamp.com), one of the world's most popular media players. The new update, which is in general release starting today, offers users a collection of new product features and enhancements including a comprehensive new multimedia artist discovery experience, integration of the new AOL Radio powered by CBS Radio, a customizable toolbar that lets users control Winamp from their browser, a commerce platform to purchase digital downloads, physical...

2008-07-11 03:00:17

NEW YORK - Unless you're looking carefully, you'll likely miss the fact that the new Asylum Web site for young men is a creation of Time Warner Inc.'s AOL. Same for personal finance site WalletPop, indie music stop Spinner and fashion site StyleList. The AOL brand is taking a back seat as the company long associated with dial-up Internet access for the masses quietly launches dozens of sites targeted at specialized audiences. AOL figures that to expand its audiences - and draw...

2008-07-10 15:00:26

AOL today announced three new iPhone OS applications: AIM, the leading instant messaging service; AOL Radio, the most popular online radio service and recent recipient of an Apple Design Award; and Truveo, the leading video search engine are available as free downloads from the Apple App Store beginning today. "With AIM, AOL Radio and Truveo for the iPhone, consumers now have access to the world's largest instant messaging network, over 350 streaming radio stations and millions of online...


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  • A fool; a simpleton: a term of abuse common in Ireland and to a less extent in the Gaelic-speaking parts of Scotland.
This word is partly Irish in origin.