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Topic: Aol

AOL's Ad Business Gets Boost From Adap.tv and Programmatic

Sales up 20%

AOL's ad business was up 20 percent last quarter thanks to its programmatic push and Adapt.tv. CEO Tim Armstrong announced quarterly results today, posting $606.8 million in overall revenue, up 12…

Not Ryan Block, but he feels his pain.

Comcast Apologizes for Customer Service Call From Hell

Disconnecting your service is as easy as one, two ... 20 minutes later

Cable giant Comcast says it's sorry for the unusual inconvenience it caused AOL vp of product Ryan Block during a 20-minute phone call where he somewhat painfully tried to disconnect…

Condé Nast Entertainment Debuts The Scene

Platform features digital videos from magazine publisher, partners

Condé Nast Entertainment isn't just making a splash in the digital video space. The magazine publisher is making The Scene, a new platform that will curate video content from its…

Millennials Use Ads to Fight Hunger

4A's ADvocates team up with City Harvest

City Harvest and the 4A's ADvocates will work together to put a face on hunger in New York with the #kNOwhunger campaign, which will feature real New Yorkers who are…

Tango Messaging App Invites Brands to Hit Publish

Taps Spotify, AOL for launch of channels

Messaging app Tango is following in the footsteps of competitors like BlackBerry Messenger with the launch of media channels users can follow. Tango Channels is still in testing and will…

Why Women Love Native Ads [Video]

... and the power of utility in Part 2 of our chat with AOL's Maureen Sullivan

Michelle Castillo continues her conversation with Maureen Sullivan, president of AOL.com and lifestyle brands.

How AOL Tapped Into the Power of Mom and Became No. 1

Maureen Sullivan led the way to the top of the lifestyle heap

“West Elm!” declares Maureen Sullivan, pointing to a metal pendant lamp as she brightly describes the workplace furnishings in her chic, exposed brick East Village office in New York. The…

Being No. 1 With Maureen Sullivan [Video]

... and how AOL's Lifestyle chief keeps women interested

AOL has just beaten Yahoo to become the No. 1 lifestyle destination for women. In the first of a 3-part interview she explains to Michelle Castillo how she got there…

Tim Armstrong: AOL Aims to Wise Up the Online Ad Space

Too much emphasis on last-click data

AOL chairman and CEO Tim Armstrong on Thursday told Adweek that the wealth of available consumer data will help the industry evolve beyond attributing the bulk of advertising value to last-click…

Internet Ad Companies Up the Ante on Ad Scams

Tech-support swindles are highlighted in coalition's first report

One big problem with fraudulent ads on the Internet is they keep coming back—and that's not good for either sellers or buyers of digital advertising. Trying a new strategy to combat…

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