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AOL (NYSE: TWX) continues to reinvent its approach to a variety of initiatives under way before Randy Falco replaced Jon Miller as chairman…

Amazon Unbox on AOLAOL (NYSE: TWX) continues to reinvent its approach to a variety of initiatives under way before Randy Falco replaced Jon Miller as chairman and CEO last year. The latest: swapping its own video download business for Amazon (NSDQ: AMZN) Unbox. Essentially, the “buy videos” channel on AOL is now the Amazon Unbox channel for the rental or purchase of TV shows and movies, while AOL’s focus goes totally to ad-supported streaming video and video search. Fred McIntyre, SVP of AOL Video, told Om Malik at NewTeeVee: “We

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  1. Om's original story from NewTeeVee is here, if you're interested. http://newteevee.com/2007/11/30/aol-to-suspend-paid-downloads-replace-with-amazon-unbox/

    Staci, can you include a link?

  2. Staci D. Kramer Saturday, December 1, 2007

    Thought I did. Thanks for the catch, Liz.

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