Time Warner Inc.'s AOL plans to sell programming on its Web site by the middle of this year, a top executive said, as it hastens to secure a place in the market for video-on-demand over the Internet. The Hollywood Reporter

The expansion of AOL's Video Service, which will combine free and pay-per-download shows from established programmers and user-created video clips, aims to address complaints about the rigid pricing structure and the mix of available programming on iTunes. The service will sell Time Warner-owned shows and those created by other programmers and networks, the company said, declining to name partners.

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