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October 12, 2005

Podcast with Jason Calacanis following AOL deal

Stephen Baker

I talked to Jason McCabe Calacanis yesterday about his sale of Weblogs Inc. (for a reported $25 million) to AOL. Here's a link to the podcast. One interesting point he made was that 12 of his sites are sold out to advertisers for the rest of the year, and that advertisers were clamoring for inventory he didn't have to sell them.

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