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Oath CEO Tim Armstrong Says Go90 Is Now Part Of His Company

At one point, Go90 was among Verizon's foremost bets in the online video world. Now, its looking as if that that brand could be on its way out. During an address at Recode's Code Media conference, Oath CEO Tim Armstrong said that Go90 will be folded into his company, which is also owned by Verizon. Oath, which was born out of a merger between legacy internet brands AOL and Yahoo, has had its eye on branded content of late, hiring former YouTube exec Kathryn Freidrich as the head of its in-house agency.
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