AOL to transform Huffington Post into an Internet TV network | VentureBeat (click for full article) "AOL is planning to launch a new streaming video network branded under its Huffington Post web news site, the company announced Thursday. The new network will feature live streaming video content 12 hours a day during the week from 9 a.m to 9 p.m. ET, according to a THR report. Founding Huffington Post editor Roy Sekoff will head up the new network, which will be produced in AOL's New York City and LA studios by a staff of 100 employees. AOL said the new network will be available on a variety of streaming media platforms, such as Roku, Boxee, Google TV, Playstation, and others. The company also said its open to the possibility of launching a cable network further down the line, according to the THR report."