CNET Networks Reports Fourth Quarter Revenue and Profit Growth

    SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. 6 /PRNewswire/ -- CNET Networks, Inc. (Nasdaq:   CNET),
 the global source of technology and commerce-related information, data,
 exchanges and services, today reported pro forma financial results for the
 fourth quarter and year ended December 31, 2000.  Due to the significance of
 the October 17, 2000 acquisition of ZDNet, all results for 1999 and 2000 are
 presented on a pro forma basis as if the acquisition had occurred on
 January 1, 1999, except where otherwise noted.
     Pro forma net revenues for the fourth quarter totaled $120.0 million,
 compared to net revenues of $92.1 million for the same period of 1999, an
 increase of 30 percent.  CNET Networks generated pro forma adjusted EBITDA
 (earnings before interest, income taxes, other income (expense), realized
 gains (losses) on investments, depreciation of property and equipment, merger
 expenses and amortization of goodwill) of $18.1 million in the fourth quarter,
 representing a 15 percent margin, compared with an adjusted EBITDA loss of
 $23.6 million in the same period of 1999.  Pro forma income, excluding
 goodwill amortization, merger expenses, realized gains (losses) on
 investments, and income taxes, was $13.2 million or $0.09 per diluted share,
 versus a pro forma loss of $25.7 million or $0.21 per share in the fourth
 quarter of 1999.  Including goodwill amortization, merger expenses, realized
 gains (losses) on investments, and income taxes, CNET Networks' pro forma net
 loss for the fourth quarter of 2000 was $424.4 million, or $3.16 per share,
 versus net income of $224.1 million or $1.65 per diluted share in the same
 period last year.  Fourth quarter 2000 results included a $384.2 million
 non-cash charge to write down certain of the company's investments to market
 value.  Approximately $378 million of the charge is related to CNET Networks'
 investment in NBCi, which the company received in 1999 in exchange for
 non-cash assets.
     For the year ended December 31, 2000, pro forma net revenues grew
 49 percent to $427.7 million, when compared to 1999 net revenues of
 $287.0 million.  Pro forma adjusted EBITDA was $46.6 million, representing an
 11 percent margin, versus an adjusted EBITDA loss of $15.6 million for the
 same period in 1999.  Pro forma income, excluding goodwill amortization,
 merger expenses, related gains (losses) on investments and income taxes, was
 $22.4 million or $0.16 per diluted share, versus a pro forma loss of
 $24.6 million or $0.20 per diluted share in 1999.  Including goodwill
 amortization, related gains (losses) on investments and income taxes, CNET
 Networks' pro forma net loss for the year of 2000 was $938.3 million, or
 $7.17 per share, versus net loss of $110.5 million or $0.91 per diluted share
 in the same period last year.
     "We had an outstanding year topped by a solid fourth quarter, during which
 the merger of CNET Networks and ZDNet became official," said Shelby Bonnie,
 Chairman and CEO of CNET Networks.  "In the fourth quarter, we focused on
 integrating our businesses to leverage the power of our combined assets. We
 have succeeded in building a network that is now the largest and most
 successful technology information, commerce and services company in the world.
 We have built a platform that links buyers, sellers and suppliers, touching
 every segment of the technology supply chain, from distributors, to
 manufacturers, to end users.  This business model will serve us well as we
 continue to expand our audience and services within the estimated
 $1.4 trillion global IT market."
 
     Q4 Operating Highlights:
     -- CNET Networks ranked as the 7th largest global Web property with over
 27 million unique users in November 2000, according to Media Metrix,
 representing the largest and most loyal technology-buying audience in the
 world.
     -- In the United States alone, CNET Networks ranked as a top 10 Web
 property, with a reach of 24.6 percent of US internet users.
     -- Aggregated average daily page views grew to 41.1 million, an increase
 of 58 percent over the fourth quarter of 1999.
     -- Total aggregated unique customers increased by 100 from the third to
 the fourth quarter to approximately 1,400.
     -- Daily leads to merchants reached 447,000, up 61 percent from the third
 quarter and 109 percent from the fourth quarter of 1999.  Revenue per lead
 averaged $0.64 in the quarter.
     -- CNET Networks delivered more than 40 million total leads during the
 fourth quarter that resulted in an estimated $700 million in commerce
 transactions for our merchants.
     -- CNET Data Services (CDS) increased its site licenses to 139 in the
 fourth quarter, from 120 in the third quarter of 2000.
     -- CNET Networks delivered email alerts from its more than
 100 topic-focused newsletter offerings to its 10.4 million unique email
 subscribers in the fourth quarter.
 
     Under generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP), the ZDNet financial
 results were consolidated with CNET's results effective October 18, 2000 using
 purchase accounting.  Under GAAP, net revenues for the fourth quarter ended
 December 31, 2000 were $111.0 million, compared to revenues of $38.3 million
 for the same period in 1999.  GAAP net loss was $392.1 million, or $3.12 per
 share for the quarter ended December 31, 2000, compared to net income of
 $356.4 million, or $4.18 per diluted share for the same period in 1999.  GAAP
 net revenues for the year ended December 31, 2000 were $264.0 million,
 compared to revenues of $112.3 million for the same period in 1999.  GAAP net
 loss was $484.0 million, or $5.18 per share for the year ended
 December 31, 2000, compared to net income of $416.9 million, or $5.00 per
 diluted share for the same period in 1999.
 
     BUSINESS UNIT HIGHLIGHTS
     CNET Networks' organizational structure positions each business unit to
 operate efficiently and allow them to move quickly to innovate and address new
 opportunities as an industry leader.
 
     Media
     CNET Media includes a broad portfolio of US-based CNET and ZDNet-branded
 technology content delivered over multiple platforms, from online and wireless
 to television, radio and print.  CNET Networks' online media properties
 reached 44 percent of professionals in the MIS/technical universe*, and
 25 percent of all executives and managers or professionals (non-MIS) with
 business purchase decision-making power*, according to a Nielsen//NetRatings
 December 2000 custom report. Together, CNET and ZDNet online sites reach over
 five times the technology audience of its nearest competitor, according to
 Media Metrix.
     During the fourth quarter, CNET Networks began introducing innovative new
 digital marketing units to leverage the unique marketing capabilities of the
 Internet, in consultation with top agencies and advertising partners.  The
 attention-grabbing, rich media units are designed to enable marketers to
 communicate brand messaging and more in-depth, targeted information about
 their company's products or services to CNET Networks' large and influential
 technology buying audience.
     The ads were introduced on the newly redesigned CNET News.com
 (www.news.com) and ZDNet News (www.zdnn.com) news sites, with several
 blue-chip advertisers -- including IBM, Sun and Oracle -- having signed up to
 deploy them.  Since then, the New York Times Digital and other publishers have
 said that they plan to adopt the new advertising formats set by CNET Networks.
     "We are in an evolutionary period for the online advertising marketplace
 and we're taking a leadership position in assuring that the Web becomes the
 most effective medium for advertising," said Bonnie.  "We believe that if we
 work together with other players in the industry -- from ad agencies and
 online publishers to the advertisers themselves -- we can create the ultimate
 marketing and messaging platform."
 
     International Media
     CNET Networks' International Media division has an Internet presence in
 25 countries around the world, making CNET Networks among the top five
 international networks in terms of global footprint.  Media Metrix projects
 the international home user universe to have already surpassed the size of the
 US home universe, with 78.8 million unique users in the month of November**.
 This large market represents tremendous opportunity for growth of the CNET
 Networks franchise.  According to Media Metrix November data, CNET Networks
 has already attracted 9.4 million unique users internationally. The company
 ranks first in the technology category in almost all countries measured by
 Media Metrix, including Canada, France, Germany, United Kingdom, Sweden and
 Australia.
     CNET Networks delivered approximately 5.4 million average daily page views
 to its international sites in the fourth quarter, up 125 percent from the
 2.4 million average daily page views of the fourth quarter of 1999.  This
 represents 12 percent of CNET Networks' total, worldwide page views.
     During the fourth quarter, CNET Networks added to its Asian presence by
 acquiring the remaining interest in its joint venture with AsiaContent.com to
 gain full ownership of seven CNET Web sites throughout Asia.  By directly
 controlling the development of the sites' content, audience, brand and revenue
 streams, the company strengthened its leadership position.
     CNET Networks also recently announced the formation of a European network
 sales organization, which provides the company's sales managers in nine
 European countries the tools they need to provide cross-border marketing
 opportunities for their clients.  This important development will enable the
 company to better identify efficiencies across borders and new opportunities
 for marketers, wherever their prospective customers may be.  Local CNET
 Networks' advertising account managers will eventually be able to work with
 their customers to seamlessly advertise on CNET or ZDNet brands in North
 America, Latin America, Europe and Asia.
 
     Channel Services
     CNET Data Services (CDS), a standardized, multi-lingual database of more
 than 600,000 technology and consumer electronics products, added more than
 19 new licenses to its customer base, including Yahoo! Shopping, Boise Cascade
 Office Products, Vitessa, and Singlesource, during the fourth quarter.
     "For more than a year, we have been adding individual channel services
 offerings, and implementing innovative features that have allowed us to
 continue to expand our channel customer base," said Bonnie.  "The launch of an
 enhanced version of CNET ChannelOnline in the first part of this year will be
 a significant milestone.  It will be a clear industry first for participating
 VARs, by offering a single online platform to evaluate product information,
 pricing and availability and enabling a frictionless commerce marketplace."
 
     mySimon
     CNET Networks' mySimon (www.mysimon.com) experienced a record-breaking
 quarter in terms of audience growth, page views, and leads.  During the
 critical holiday shopping month of December, mySimon was the number one,
 pure-play consumer comparison-shopping site that is not a portal and
 outdistanced its closest competitor by more than one million unique visitors,
 based on traffic reported by both Nielsen//NetRatings and Media Metrix.  In
 addition, mySimon users viewed an average of 11.3 unique pages and spent an
 average of 12.3 minutes on the sited during the month of December 2000,
 according to Media Metrix.
     mySimon generated more than 50 percent of CNET Networks' total leads to
 merchants in the fourth quarter, with more than half of the mySimon leads
 representing non-technology products.
     "Since we acquired it a year ago, mySimon has performed extremely well in
 creating incredibly appealing information and shopping tools for consumers to
 learn about and shop for all types of products, as well as in implementing
 programs for merchants to effectively communicate to consumers.  mySimon more
 than delivered on its year 2000 revenue and lead expectations," Bonnie
 commented.
 
     INVESTMENTS & OUTLOOK
     CNET Networks ended the year 2000 with cash and marketable securities
 valued at approximately $360 million, of which approximately $300 million was
 in cash and cash equivalents.
     For the combined businesses of CNET Networks, Inc., management estimates
 net revenues will be in the range of $86 million to $92 million for the first
 quarter of 2001.  The company is targeting 2001 annual revenue of $450 to
 $480 million.  Based on these revenue goals, management believes reasonable
 EBITDA targets are between break even and $5 million in the first quarter of
 2001 and approximately $60 million to $80 million (13 percent to 17 percent
 margins) in 2001.  For 2002, we are targeting annual revenue growth of
 approximately 25 percent and an adjusted EBITDA margin of approximately
 25 percent.  For further guidance, please refer to the addendum that follows
 the financial statements.
     The company also announced that it plans to eliminate duplication in
 certain businesses and discontinue certain non-growth or unprofitable
 businesses.  These decisions, which will be implemented within the next few
 weeks, will reduce the company's global workforce by approximately 10 percent.
     "Because of the current slowdown affecting the economy and particularly
 the technology market, we have limited visibility and thus have lowered our
 2001 revenue guidance by 17 to 20 percent," said Bonnie.  "We have also moved
 to reduce our cost structure, a decision we did not make lightly.  We feel
 these are the steps needed to focus the company squarely on our long-term
 goals.   Our reduced guidance does allow for continued year-over-year revenue
 growth and increased profitability over year 2000 results, so our overall
 outlook is still very positive."
 
     Safe Harbor
     This press release includes forward-looking information and statements
 that are subject to risks and uncertainties that could cause actual results to
 differ materially. The statements set forth in the second, third and fourth
 paragraphs under "Investments and Outlook" and in the attached "Guidance to
 the Investment Community" are forward-looking statements, as well as other
 statements throughout the release that are identified by the words "expect,"
 "estimate," "target," "believe," "anticipate" and "intend".  We undertake no
 duty to publicly update these forward-looking statements, whether as a result
 of new information, future developments or otherwise.   Our forward looking
 statements, are subject to the following risks:  that cost-reduction
 initiatives will not be achieved due to implementation difficulties or
 contractual spending commitments that can't be reduced; that the businesses
 identified for further integration to achieve cost synergies will not be
 integrated successfully; the acquisition of businesses or the launch of new
 lines of business necessary to respond to changing market conditions, which
 could increase operating expense and dilute operating margins; the inability
 to attract new customers for the company's channel services products;
 increased competition, including from the internet initiatives of Ziff-Davis
 Media and VNU Publishing, which could lead to negative pressure on the
 company's pricing and the need for increased marketing; increased costs
 associated with the need to replace content previously provided by Ziff-Davis
 Media; the inability to maintain, establish or renew relationships with
 commerce, advertising, marketing, technology, and content providers, whether
 due to competition or other factors; a continued or worsening slowdown in
 advertising spending on the Internet in general or on CNET Networks'
 properties in particular, which could be prompted by a decrease in consumer
 spending, the failure of early stage companies who are heavy internet
 advertisers to receive financing or other factors; and the inability of the
 company to increase the proportion of advertising from established companies;
 and to the general risks associated with the company' businesses. For risks
 about CNET's business, see its registration statement on
 Form S-4 filed September 8, 2000, in connection with the ZDNet merger, its
 Form 10-K for the year-ended December 31, 1999 and subsequent Forms 10-Q and
 Forms 8-K, including under the captions "Risk Factors" and "Management's
 Discussion and Analysis of Results of Operations." For risks about ZDNet's
 business, which may also apply to its business as part of CNET Networks, see
 its Form 10-K for the-year ended December 31, 1999 and subsequent Forms
 10-Q and Forms 8-K, as well as its definitive proxy statement dated February
 7, 2000 and other SEC filings, including under the captions "Risk Factors" and
 "Management's Discussion and Analysis of Results of Operations."
 
     About CNET Networks, Inc.
     CNET Networks, Inc. is the global source of technology and
 commerce-related information, data, exchanges and services.  As a top
 10 Internet company with established Web sites in 25 countries and
 16 languages, CNET Networks connects buyers, sellers and suppliers throughout
 the IT supply chain with award-winning content via the Web, wireless devices,
 television, radio and print.  Its respected brand portfolio includes CNET,
 ZDNet, mySimon, News.com, Computer Shopper magazine, and CNET Radio, as well
 as CNET Channel Services, including CNET Data Services and ChannelOnline.  The
 company's vision is to educate and empower people and businesses by unlocking
 the potential of the technology world to make things easier and faster, and by
 helping them make smarter buying decisions.
     CNET Networks' conference call to discuss its fourth quarter financial
 results and outlook for 2001 will be hosted by Shelby Bonnie, Chairman and
 CEO, Dan Rosensweig, President, and Doug Woodrum, CFO, and webcast live at
 5:00 PM EST (2:00 PST), today, February 6, 2001. To listen to the discussion,
 please visit http://www.cnet.com/aboutcnet/0-13614.html , and click on the
 link for the webcast conference call.  The webcast will be archived for seven
 days at the URL listed above.
 
     *who are active online at work
     **Includes Sweden, which is measured in a separate report from the Media
 Metrix Multi-Country report.
     *** Neilsen Net Ratings, Shopping Aggregators Spotlight, October 20, 2000.
 
 
      Supplemental Combined CNET and ZDNet Proforma Consolidated Statements of
                                    Operations*
                                 Unaudited - (000s)
 
                                      Three Months Ended        Year Ended
                                         December 31,          December 31,
                                       2000       1999       2000       1999
     Revenues:
        Internet                     $106,232   $73,102    $370,793   $212,567
        Other                          13,813    19,013      56,881     74,466
          Total revenues              120,045    92,115     427,674    287,033
 
     Cost of revenues                  43,843    37,222     174,404    117,730
 
          Gross profit                 76,202    54,893     253,270    169,303
 
     Operating expenses:
        Sales and marketing            51,318    66,469     168,936    141,229
        General and administrative      6,793    12,021      37,778     43,710
                                       58,111    78,490     206,714    184,939
 
          Adjusted EBITDA              18,091   (23,597)     46,556    (15,636)
 
     Other operating expenses:
        Merger expenses                 1,195        --        1,195        --
        Depreciation                    5,541     3,482       18,707    11,500
        Amortization of goodwill
         and intangibles              182,725   146,585     763,083    561,054
                                      189,461   150,067     782,985    572,554
 
          Operating income (loss)    (171,370) (173,664)   (736,429)  (588,190)
 
     Other income (expense):
        Realized gain (loss) on
         investments                 (384,678)  613,716    (277,783)   736,082
        Other income (expense), net       676     1,351      (5,410)     2,523
          Total other income
           (expense)                 (384,002)  615,067    (283,193)   738,605
 
          Net income (loss) before
           income taxes              (555,372)  441,403  (1,019,622)   150,415
 
          Income taxes               (130,947)  217,302     (81,339)   260,891
 
          Net income (loss)         $(424,425) $224,101   $(938,283) $(110,476)
 
     Basic net income (loss) per
      share                            $(3.16)    $1.81      $(7.17)    $(0.91)
 
     Diluted net income (loss) per
      share                            $(3.16)    $1.65      $(7.17)    $(0.91)
 
     EPS before amortization of
      goodwill, merger
      expenses, realized gain
      (loss) on investments
      and income taxes                  $0.09    $(0.21)      $0.16     $(0.20)
 
 
     Shares used in calculating
      basic per share data            134,218   123,624     130,774    121,820
 
     Shares used in calculating
      diluted per share data          134,218   135,516     130,774    121,820
 
     Shares used in calculating EPS
      before amortization of
      goodwill, merger expenses,
      realized gains (losses) on
      investments and income taxes    140,467   123,624     139,019    121,820
 
     * ZDNet consolidated as of January 1, 1999.
 
 
                       Consolidated Statements of Operations*
                                 Unaudited - (000s)
 
                                       Three Months Ended       Year Ended
                                          December 31,          December 31,
                                         2000       1999      2000       1999
     Revenues:
        Internet                        $99,168   $35,846   $244,658  $104,887
        Other                            11,807     2,462     19,361     7,458
           Total revenues               110,975    38,308    264,020   112,345
 
     Cost of revenues                    39,192    16,054     97,548    47,605
 
           Gross profit                  71,783    22,254    166,472    64,740
 
     Operating expenses:
        Sales and marketing              47,985    48,680    107,119    94,139
        General and administrative        6,575     1,988     19,167     8,731
                                         54,560    50,668    126,285   102,870
 
           Adjusted EBITDA               17,223   (28,414)    40,186   (38,130)
 
     Other operating expenses:
        Merger expenses                   1,195        --      1,195        --
        Depreciation                      5,276     2,231     15,442     7,972
        Amortization of goodwill and
         intangibles                    178,174     8,575    340,406    15,036
                                        184,645    10,806    357,043    23,008
 
           Operating income (loss)     (167,422)  (39,220)  (316,857)  (61,138)
 
     Other income (expense):
        Realized gain (loss) on
         investments                   (384,678)  611,772   (277,783)  734,138
        Other income (expense), net         809       891      1,062     1,223
           Total other income
            (expense)                  (383,869)  612,663   (276,721)  735,361
 
           Net income (loss) before
            income taxes               (551,291)  573,443   (593,578)  674,223
 
           Income taxes                (159,207)  217,003   (109,599)  257,315
 
           Net income (loss)          $(392,084) $356,440  $(483,979) $416,908
 
     Basic net income (loss) per
      share                              ($3.12)    $4.84     ($5.18)    $5.80
 
     Diluted net income (loss) per
      share                              ($3.12)    $4.18     ($5.18)    $5.00
 
     EPS before amortization of
      goodwill, merger expenses,
      costs, realized gain (loss)
      on investments and income
      taxes                               $0.10    $(0.40)     $0.25     $0.62
 
 
     Shares used in calculating basic
        per share data                  125,868    73,624     93,461    71,820
 
     Shares used in calculating
      diluted
        per share data                  125,868    85,516     93,461    83,373
 
     Shares used in calculating EPS
      before amortization of goodwill,
      merger expenses, realized gains
      (losses) on investments and
      income taxes                      132,117    73,624    101,706    71,820
 
     *  ZDNet consolidated as of October 18, 2000
 
 
                            Consolidated Balance Sheet
                                     Unaudited
                                      (000s)
 
                                                 December 31,      December 31,
                                                     2000              1999
                                   ASSETS
     Current assets:
          Cash and cash equivalents                $169,311           $53,803
          Investments in marketable debt
           securities                                52,864            65,985
          Investments in marketable equity
           securities                                55,512           785,909
          Accounts receivable, net                   95,573            24,628
          Other current assets                       52,737            18,743
               Total current assets                 425,997           949,068
 
     Investments in marketable debt
      securities                                     81,823           109,802
     Investments in marketable equity
      securities                                      4,375                --
     Property and equipment, net                     59,288            30,044
     Other assets                                   189,716            50,609
     Goodwill and intangibles                     2,102,200            90,788
               Total assets                      $2,863,399        $1,230,311
 
 
             LIABILITIES AND STOCKHOLDERS' EQUITY
     Current liabilities:
          Accounts payable                          $19,044           $11,461
          Accrued liabilities                        97,861            16,398
          Current portion of long-term
           debt                                       5,831             5,750
          Tax-related liabilities                     6,798           311,750
               Total current liabilities            129,534           345,359
                                                                           --
     Long-term debt and other liabilities           185,185           179,114
               Total liabilities                    314,719           524,473
 
     Stockholders' equity:
          Common stock                                   14                 7
          Additional paid in capital              2,659,893           218,670
          Other comprehensive income                 37,364           121,409
          Retained earnings (deficit)              (118,227)          365,752
          Treasury stock, at cost                   (30,364)               --
               Total stockholders' equity         2,548,680           705,838
                                                 $2,863,399        $1,230,311
 
 
                        Guidance to the Investment Community
 
                                                               Full
                       Q1        Q2         Q3       Q4        Year
                      2001      2001       2001     2001       2001
 
     Net revenues    $86-92    $95-105   $115-125  $145-160  $450-480
 
     Cash operating
      expense        $86-87     $90-95   $100-105  $115-120   $380-400
 
     EBITDA            $0-5      $5-10     $15-20    $30-40     $60-80
 
     EBITDA margin     0-5%      5-10%     13-16%    20-25%     13-17%
 
     Depreciation
      expense          $6.2       $6.6      $6.8     $6.9       $26.5
     Amortization
      expense          $183       $183      $183      $183       $732
 
     Effective tax
      rate               --       38%        38%      38%         38%
 
     Other assumptions:
     Assume a 1 million share increase per quarter in fully diluted shares
      outstanding.  Note that shares outstanding including options calculated
     are a function of the stock price and difficult to forecast.
 
     Safe Harbor for Guidance Attachment:
     This table consists solely of forward-looking information that is subject
 to risks and uncertainties that could cause actual results to differ
 materially.  We undertake no duty to publicly update these forward-looking
 statements, whether as a result of new information, future developments or
 otherwise.  These projections are subject to the following risks:  that
 expected synergies of the ZDNet acquisition will not be achieved; that the
 businesses will not be Integrated successfully; that acquisition costs will be
 greater than expected; the acquisition of businesses or the launch of new
 lines of business, which could increase operating expense and dilute operating
 margins; the inability to identify, develop and achieve success for new
 products, services and technologies; the inability to attract new customers
 for the company's channel services products; increased competition, which
 could lead to negative pressure on the company's pricing and the need for
 increased marketing; the inability to maintain, establish or renew
 relationships with commerce, advertising, marketing, technology, and content
 providers; a decrease in the growth of advertising spending on the Internet in
 general or on CNET Networks' properties in particular; and to the general
 risks associated with the company' businesses. For risks about CNET's
 business, see its registration statement on Form S-4 filed September 8, 2000,
 in connection with the Ziff-Davis merger, its Form 10-K for the year-ended
 December 31, 1999 and subsequent Forms 10-Q and Forms 8-K, including under the
 captions "Risk Factors" and "Management's Discussion and Analysis of Results
 of Operations." For risks about Ziff-Davis's business, which may also apply to
 its business as part of CNET Networks, see its Form 10-K for the-year ended
 December 31, 1999 and subsequent Forms 10-Q and Forms 8-K, as well as its
 definitive proxy statement dated February 7, 2000 and other SEC filings,
 including under the captions "Risk Factors" and "Management's Discussion and
 Analysis of Results of Operations."
 
 

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