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May 21, 2006

AOL Launches Stocks Blog Network

New Blog Network Dedicated to Individual Stocks of the Most Watched and Widely Held Companies.

AOL Time Warner

AOL and Weblogs, Inc. have launched a new network,, which will host a series of individual blogs dedicated to providing daily commentary, insightful and thought-provoking analysis and news coverage of some of the most-widely held and followed public companies.

The first series of blogs will cover:

• Time Warner (
• Google (
• Yahoo (
• Apple (
• eBay (
• Microsoft (
• Wal-Mart (
• General Electric (

Additional companies will be added throughout the year.

AOL LLC and its subsidiaries operate a network of Web brands and the largest Internet access subscription service in the United States. Web brands include the website, AIM, MapQuest and Netscape. The company also has operations in Europe and Canada. AOL is based in Dulles, Virginia, and is a majority-owned subsidiary of Time Warner Inc.

Each featured company will have its own dedicated blog and a team of professional bloggers, including financial professionals, analysts, current and former journalists and dedicated investing enthusiasts. The bloggers will be monitoring company and industry news and sharing their views, insights and analysis. Each blog will also offer its readers an opportunity to provide their own reactions and viewpoints in an interactive community environment.

The network will be editorially independent and will be integrated into AOL Money & Finance (

"This is the perfect marriage of AOL's massive reach and Weblogs, Inc.'s expertise in citizen journalism," stated Jason Calacanis, CEO, Weblogs, Inc. "This collaboration gives independent voices access to the mass audience, while providing marketers a vehicle to reach influencers."

The bloggers will not be making investment buy or sell recommendations or provide any personalized investment advice, but rather providing original and entertaining commentary and analysis so individual investors can become better informed about the stocks they hold or are most interested in. StumbleUpon reddit Facebook Google Plus Tweet This Seed This on Newsvine

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