NEW YORK, June 27 (Reuters) - Time Warner Inc.'s AOL on Tuesday said it has launched a new Web site courting skateboarders, snowboarders and other action sports athletes that lets users send in their own videos. Lat34.com, named after the company's Los Angeles location, is a joint venture of AOL and video production company Fusion Entertainment. Financial terms of the partnership were not disclosed. The new site is not a part of AOL Sports and is billed as a kind of MySpace for 12- to ...
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