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Time Warner Spins Off AOL

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4/29/2009

4:55 PM -- Today on Contentinople:



  • Time Warner has at last announced its plans to spin off AOL, just weeks after installing former Google exec Tim Armstrong as CEO of the troubled Internet property. The board of directors hasn't yet made any final decision about details of the spinoff.

  • Microsoft is having a hard time getting the at-work crowd to download its Silverlight plug-in, as many corporations' strict IT controls prevent them from getting the admin rights.

And in today's News Bits, President Obama will be broadcast live on six different networks and live streamed on YouTube and Hulu tonight, when he takes the stage to discuss his first 100 days in office.

— The Staff, Contentinople

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