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Support For Time Warner's Historic Combination

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TIME WARNER DIRECTOR AND FORMER U.S TRADE REPRESENTATIVE CARLA A.HILLS VOICES SUPPORT FOR TIME WARNER'S HISTORIC COMBINATION WITH AMERICA ONLINE

NEW YORK, Jan. 10

RNewswire-AsiaNet/ -- Time Warner Director and former U.S.Trade Representative Carla A. Hills issued the following statement:

"My fellow Time Warner board members and I are proud to be part of this historic combination with AOL. We welcome the chance to work with executives of the caliber of Steve Case and Bob Pittman.

"No executive anywhere has a better grasp of the global impact of interactive media than Steve. He's played a formative role in making the Internet the most powerful tool in human history for communication, commerce and community.

"Steve Case and Bob Pittman-together with Jerry Levin, Ted Turner and Dick Parsons-will guarantee that AOL Time Warner stays at the forefront of the Internet revolution."

To receive a copy of this press release through the Internet, access Time Warner's corporate website located at http://www.timewarner.com

ENDS....

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