AOL, Slacker Team up for Radio & On-Demand Music
AOL, Slacker Team up for Radio & On-Demand Music

I'm hearing that AOL Music lost half its editorial staff on Thursday of last week, going from 11 to 6 full-timers. This is meaningful, as AOL Music has been the largest content-oriented music network online for years now. (They lose in traffic to app-oriented brands like Pandora and social networks.) Apparently they've also been told they still must comply with The AOL Way - i.e. growing article output by 20+ percent and increasing page views per article by a factor of six.

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