Reuters: AOL To Sell TV Content
Due to launch this summer. Promises to be a "secure place in the market for video-on-demand over the Internet." Will compete with iTunes. Price per video to be $1.99.

AOL will introduce In2TV this month, a site to carry 4,800 free vintage TV shows, mostly from the Warner Bros. archive.

Last December, AOL acquired Truveo, a video search engine that uses "visual crawling" to locate video files that text-based search engines miss.

AOL continues to evolve past its old subscription business model. It has 19.5MM subscribers, down from 26MM in 2002.

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