America Online said this week it planned to increase the free availability of content on its Internet site, shifting it over from its proprietary online service.
AOL Studios, the content developing unit, is launching a number of information channels to run via both the subscription service and the Internet site.
Internet competitors are beginning to provide free competition to a number of services AOL has traditionally offered its subscribers. The company is wary of being left behind in what it offers Internet and online users.
The intention of offering more services free is to attract new business from Internet users for the subscription service and provide extra Internet resources to existing AOL members.
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