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AOL NAMES PRESIDENT OF INTERACTIVE SERVICES

Radio Veteran Jimmy de Castro to Develop Subscription-Based Programs

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NEW YORK (AdAge.com) -- AOL Time Warner on April 11 will name veteran radio executive Jimmy de Castro president of America Online Interactive Services, according to people familiar with the situation.

His appointment comes

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two days after Barry Schuler, AOL's chairman-CEO, stepped aside to head a new digital services unit within the company.

Mr. de Castro takes the role vacated by Jonathan Sacks, who left the company several months ago. Mr. de Castro will help develop and market AOL's subscription-based music services, such as AOL MusicNet, a $9.95-a-month service available over AOL Time Warner's broadband service.

A general managers for various radio stations in chicago, Mr. de Castro was vice chairman of AMFM, a radio company that was acquired by Clear Channel Communications.

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