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Prospect Park executives Jeff Kwatinetz and Rich Frank have confirmed to Soap Opera Network that the production company has signed "One Life to Live" cast members Tuc Watkins (David), Josh Kelly (Cutter), Florencia Lozano (Tea), and Shenell Edmonds (Destiny) for the online version of the ABC soap pending final Guild agreements.

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Friday, October 7, 2011 1:25 PM EDT
Prospect Park continues to forge ahead with plans for their new Online Network in preparation of its January launch by signing a new deal with Universal Music Group. As part of deal, music from UMG's record and publishing companies will be featured in upcoming episodes of "All My Children" and "One Life to Live" when the soaps transition to the new online venue early next year.
In a statement released via Soap Opera Digest, "One Life to Live" head writer Ron Carlivati says, "I am both excited and honored to remain with 'One Life to Live' as Head Writer and Consulting Producer when the show moves online. My heartfelt thanks to Executive Producer Frank Valentini, as well as to Rich Frank and Jeff Kwantinetz of Prospect Park for this incredible opportunity."

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Tuesday, September 27, 2011 2:04 PM EDT
Nearly three months after licensing the rights to "All My Children" and "One Life to Live" from ABC, Prospect announces the launching of a new web channel, The Online Network, which will air both soaps along with the upstart company's other current and future programming.

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Friday, September 16, 2011 5:00 PM EDT
After recently signing four of "One Life to Live's" most prominent cast members, including long-time veteran Erika Slezak (Viki) to continue with the show when it moves to online-only distribution early next year, Prospect Park takes the next step in their commitment to make for a smooth transition for the show. According to Deadline Hollywood, the production company has hired "One Life" Executive Producer Frank Valentini to remain in his current post with the show, along with becoming Vice President of Serial Dramas.
It has been three months since we've learned that "All My Children" and "One Life to Live" have been canceled and would no longer be seen weekday afternoons on the ABC Television Network or weeknights on SOAPnet. It has been a truly unique period for this industry that has seen fans rallying together to try and help save shows that have become part of their everyday lives. Whispers, rumors and reports were trickling in at a record pace, often times we would find our heads spinning. Weeding through the information that we received here at Soap Opera Network, we aimed to report what we felt had the most backing or we were able to verify through various other sources. Turns out we may have had a big inside source all along.