AOL Black Voices Drops in Black Media Rankings

by Richard Prince, Journal-isms and Theroot.com

Despite a statement from an AOL spokesman that AOL’s $315 million purchase of Huffington Post would have "no impact at all" on AOL Black Voices and AOL Latino, two employees of Black Voices had sent farewell e-mails to colleagues the day before.

The two are Alexis Garrett Stodghill, programming manager who supervised the Money division, and Timothy Cornwall, who ran BVX.com, a portion of the site devoted to readers under 35.

"If you’re receiving this email it’s because as AOL and I part ways (!) I want to acknowledge the people who I’ve met here who have made this experience enjoyable . . ." Cornwell wrote Thursday, attachingthis YouTube video.

 

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