CNET Becomes A TV Channel

CNET Becomes A TV Channel

The video will be available for broadband TV and Adotas » CNET Invades the Airwaves:Skip to the main contentAdotasWhere media buyers start onlineNavigationFrontNewsOpinionsSpotlightPropertiesEventsClassifiedsDirectorySupplementary NavigationAdvertise Contact Us About Us Search Subscribe to the free NewsletterNewsCommentPrinter FriendlyEmailPermalinkCNET Invades the AirwavesWritten onApril 17th 2006Authorby Editor |Feed XML FeedOnline news and technology publishing network CNET has launched their new CNET TV video network.... CNET says the popularity of their video content has increased by more than 100% over the last year, but until now there has been no single destination fort CNET video.Their full range of video featuring reviews, news, entertainment, and instruction will be available to online and TV viewers.

Guy Brighton
  • 17 april 2006

Adotas reports that the online news and technology publishing network CNET has launched the CNET TV video network. Video has already been developed for CNET properties like,, and, but this is the first time a single destination was created for CNET video. The video will be available for broadband TV and regular TV.

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