AOL Expects Drop in Ad Revenue America Online, the world's largest Internet service provider, says it expects advertising revenues to drop by up to 50 percent next year. To attract new customers, AOL says it will focus on broadband services and will offer exclusive content from parent AOL Time Warner. NPR's Jacki Lyden talks to David Kirkpatrick of The New York Times.

AOL Expects 50-Percent Drop in Ad Revenues

AOL Expects 50-Percent Drop in Ad Revenues

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America Online, the world's largest Internet service provider, says it expects advertising revenues to drop by up to 50 percent next year. To attract new customers, AOL says it will focus on broadband services and will offer exclusive content from parent AOL Time Warner. NPR's Jacki Lyden talks to David Kirkpatrick of The New York Times.