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CBS to Buy CNET for $1.8 Bil

May 15, 2008  •  Post A Comment

CBS Corp., looking to further extend its business beyond traditional television, is set to buy the CNET Network of Web sites for $1.8 billion, TVWeek reports. The purchase will augment CBS’s stable of digital assets by adding properties including CNET, ZDNet, GameSpot.com, TV.com, mp3.com, and News.com.
–Greg Baumann

5 Comments

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  4. Greetings. First of all – interesting blog! Secondly this article was also good and interesting to read, but I don’t think everything you have said is completely true. I will need to google about few things you have mentioned in your artcile to make sure. But anyway thanks for taking your time to write intresting artciles and good luck on writing other articles. P.S sorry for bad English, I aren’t English native speaker.

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