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February 24, 2014

Intrepid Explorers Discover Moviefone Is Not Really Quite Extinct - Yet

I can vaguely recall trying to use Moviefone via a real telephone many, many years ago. I was very surprised to read that the telephone version of Moviefone is still going, but will soon be killed off. AOL bought the company in 1999 for $388 million and then did a Yahoo! on it: allowing it to languish so that it would become a money-losing relic. Now AOL plans to drop the phone service and revise the internet service to either transform into something wonderfully new and useful, or just throw good money after bad. Anyone taking bets?

Filed under Film/Movies,Web/Tech | permalink | February 24, 2014 at 08:58 AM

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