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AOL began to shut down its AOL Music properties and comic books site in April, but tomorrow it will announce it’s sold music sites The BoomBox, The Boot and Noisecreep, plus Comics Alliance to Townsquare Media Group, the Connecticut-based radio station owner that acquired the MOG Music network of blogs last year.

The deal, whose terms were undisclosed, puts the properties back under the stewardship of Townsquare’s executive vice president Bill Wilson, who was formerly the president of AOL Media during the time the sites launched in 2008-2009 and helped develop them. Some of the staffs of these sites are joining Townsquare. [Update/Correction: Specifically, the full staff of Comics Alliance has signed on with Townsquare. However, some former employees of the AOL Music blogs were not even aware of the acquisitions deals at press time. Some may join, but others are interviewing elsewhere and are…

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