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15 September 27th, 2011 Prospect Park names their new online network where AMC & OLTL will be housed!

Prospect Park announced today in a press release that they have come up with the name of their online network that will house One  Life to Live and All My Children.

The company also plans to add reality, scripted comedy and drama programming to the platform in the near future.  The name of the content portal is titled: TOLN.com ( for The Online Network) Here is what Prospect Park’s official press release stated, “We are creating TOLN to conveniently deliver fans of quality television long form programming anytime and anywhere,” Prospect Park founders Rich Frank and Jeff Kwatinetz said in a statement. “With broadband availability in 70 percent of U.S. households and the proliferation of Internet-enabled televisions, DVRs and wireless devices, ultimately we believe that online distribution provides the best platform to access 30- and 60-minute entertainment content. The viewer response to the shows we have licensed has been tremendous, and we have much more in development to appeal to a broad audience base.”

You can check out The Online Network at www.TOLN.com There is nothing up yet regarding content but their are fields to sign up for the TOLN Newsletter to get the latest updates on their programming and launch plans. All My Children and One Life to Live are slated for launch in January of 2012.

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  1. Brian Greene says:

    Go Right On, PP! :)

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  2. Mark says:

    Everyone, please sign up for the TOLN newsletter as seen in Michael’s article. We need to show Prospect Park we are behind their venture and want to see OLTL & AMC stay in production.

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  3. ethel says:

    this is definitely fantastic news for us!!!

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  4. Brian says:

    Best news for me is that Canada is in the picture ! We will be able to continue with “OLTL”, Thank you Prospect Park for thinking of us up here in Canada.

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  5. Torrey says:

    I signed on. I want to know every detail. Thanks for link, Michael…

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  6. Lew says:

    Great news!!

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  7. Lexii says:

    I’ve signed up. Thank you so very much for the link

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  8. Lexii says:

    I’ve signed up. Thank you so very much for the link
    This is fantastic news

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  9. Jewell says:

    wahooo!!
    Thank You Prospect, for saving the soaps.. We love you…:-)

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  10. Chelsea says:

    I signed on thanks for the link.

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  11. PAUL WILLIAMS says:

    Just one question, even though AMC, and OLTL are moving to the internet through PP, will ABC contuinue to hold trademarks to the titles’ trademarks, or did they lose that right?

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  12. Ginny says:

    I will be thrilled if I can watch AMC and OLTL in Canada and the US. I would have been devastated if it was only available in the US.

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  13. Elaine Tartak says:

    Where do I sign up for this new network

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  14. Edward says:

    i hope that european viewers are able to watch the shows to :)
    i never watched AMC or OLTL but we are able to watch the bold and the beautiful in germany the last years. about B&B i heard about the young and the restless and camt to this site. after reading about this hole cancelling the shows i watched the last two weaks of AMC an liked it a lot. i would like to follow that show at TOLN. so i hope the shows are also awailabe for european viewers. just signed the newsletter. i alwas loved soaps and always will prefer them about reality tv. unfortunatelly this trash is also big in germany. i will never understand why! sorry for my bad english

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  15. kelly says:

    I would like to thank you for all that you are doing. I have been watching AMC faithfully for more than 35 years and as a fan of the show I await the coming of The on line network at http://www.toln.com. Can’t wait for this year to end =)

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