Felix Salmon: Blogs Are Selling At 5-6x Revenues, AOL Bought Huffington Post At "Justifiable Price"

Felix Salmon, the business blogger at Reuters, thinks AOL got a good deal for The Huffington Post at $315 million (lower end of estimates). He said blogs right now sell for 5-6x revenues. So who buys Business Insider? Yahoo? Better yet, who buys Distressed Volatility for $1 billion. Kara Swisher of AllThingsDigital (a WSJ property) also appeared during the CNN segment.

Source: http://cnn.com/video/?/video/politics/2011/02/13/rs.aol.marriage.huffington.post.cnn

Also watch NMAtv's report on the acquisition.

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