Takeouts: AOL, Subprime Charges, NFL

Tuesday, December 08, 2009

  • Media Takeout: Veteran media writer Johnnie L. Roberts explains how AOL is trying to reposition itself as a content creator, not on-ramp to the Internet, as it spins off from Time Warner.
  • Finance Takeout: The New York Times' Louise Story joins us with the latest on the Securities and Exchange Commission's case against three executives from the New Century Financial Corporation.
  • Sports Takeout: Our sports contributor, Ibrahim Abdul-Matin, looks at last night's Packers/Ravens matchup and looks ahead to the NFL playoffs.

Guests:

Ibrahim Abdul-Matin, Johnnie L. Roberts and Louise Story

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