AOL is to launch a free internet television service in the US early next year.
The advertising-supported In2TV service will feature an archive of approximately 3,400 hours from 4,800 television episodes spanning 100 series of old Warner programming.
The service will be organised into six channels, including comedy, drama and animation, and may eventually include programming from other networks.
AOL has not discounted the possibility of paid-for services in the future, but it is not yet known whether In2TV will be available to AOL users outside the US.
AOL claims that its websites are viewed by 112 million people each month.
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