MEDIA IN BRIEF: Wells leaves Time Out for AOL

Time Out editor Dominic Wells has left to become editorial director at the London business of ISP giant America Online (AOL). AOL’s UK sites will feature arts, news sport, entertainment and listings from Hot Tickets, the Evening Standard’s listings magazine. Wells has worked at Time Out for 12 years.

Time Out editor Dominic Wells has left to become editorial director

at the London business of ISP giant America Online (AOL). AOL’s UK sites

will feature arts, news sport, entertainment and listings from Hot

Tickets, the Evening Standard’s listings magazine. Wells has worked at

Time Out for 12 years.



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