AOL Launches Premium Video Platform in Canada

Entertainment and media conglomerate AOL has announced that its subsidiary AOL Canada launched AOL On, a premium curated video platform featuring more than 500,000 premium videos across 17 different channels. The AOL On Video Network currently boasts 169 million video streams a month reaching 7.8 million monthly unique visitors.

Reaching across all screens including desktop, tablet, mobile, mobile apps, and connected TVs, Rashida Jeeva, AOL On Canada's general manager, said, "The launch of AOL On Canada comes at an incredible time for online digital media, with increasing demand of online video from advertisers and with consumers accessing online video at a rising rate this new product only furthers our commitment to the online video experience."

AOL further said the Canadian division of American Express , American Express Canada, will be the official advertising launch partner with advertising seen across 100% of AOL On's platforms. 


AOL will continue to offer premium video across all of its owned and operated properties, including AOL.ca, The Huffington Post Canada, Autoblog Canada, AOL Music Canada, Engadget, and Moviefone.

In addition to the online video hub, the AOL On app is available for Android smartphones and tablets, as well as iPhones and iPads.

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