Huffington Post Introduces OWN Section

By | Thursday November 1, 2012 @ 9:47am PDT

New York, New York – November 1, 2012 – The Huffington Post Media Group and OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network today launched HuffPost OWN a new section on The Huffington Post website providing practical advice and ideas to help users find motivation, inspiration and fulfillment.

HuffPost OWN will include selections from this year’s list of Oprah’s Favorite Things from O, The Oprah Magazine’s Holiday O List, featured in the December issue, one of the most popular and recognized traditions of the Oprah Winfrey brand. The site will also exclusively feature Favorite Things trivia, a video montage of the best Favorite Things moments from “The Oprah Winfrey Show” and an inside look at celebrity gifts that Oprah added to her Favorite short list.

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AOL And Huffington Post To Launch Streaming News Service

By | Thursday February 2, 2012 @ 1:42pm PST

If you’re already overwhelmed by the amount of online video, just wait: AOL will introduce its ad-supported HuffPost Streaming Network on the Web this summer with 12 hours of original news and commentary each weekday — rising to 16 … Read More »

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AOL Chief Tells Analysts That Flat Traffic Growth Is “Up For Us”: UBS Confab

You see, AOL’s numbers had been ”artificially pumped up” by “bad distribution deals,” AOL CEO Tim Armstrong told analysts at the UBS Annual Global Media and Communications Conference. Now that the company is unwinding those deals, ”flat is actually up for us.” Armstrong says … Read More »

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AOL Original Programming Push Includes Series From Jennifer Lopez & Mark Burnett

AOL unveiled its slate of original programming today featuring more than 15 Web series targeting specific audience demographics in partnership with the likes of Jennifer Lopez’s Nuyorican Productions (Tiger Beat Entertainment), Mark Burnett (CliffsNotes Films) and Vuguru (Little Women, Big Cars). Each series will be programmed and distributed across AOL Huffington Post Media Group sites and many will be produced in-house at AOL Studios in Los Angeles and New York; some go live today and others will be rolled out over time. Here’s the slate: Read More »

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