CNET Wins Three Maggie Awards

Popular technology Web site scores awards for Best Online Publication, Best

Overall Online Design and Best Online Article



Apr 24, 2001, 01:00 ET from CNET Networks, Inc.

    SAN FRANCISCO, April 24 /PRNewswire Interactive News Release/ -- CNET
 Networks, Inc. (Nasdaq:   CNET), the global source of information and commerce
 services for the technology industry, announced today that its CNET online
 division has won three Maggie Awards.  CNET won for the Best Online
 Publication and Best Overall Online Design.  CNET News.com,
 http://www.news.com/, was honored with a Maggie for Best Online Article for
 "Napster Wildfire".  Produced by the news staff of CNET News.com, the story is
 available at http://news.cnet.com/news/0-1005-201-1757865-0.html.
     The Maggie Awards are the Western Publications Association's most
 prestigious publishing event, honoring editorial design and promotion
 excellence in magazine, tabloid, newsletter and online publishing.  Over 2080
 entries were received for the 2001 Maggies.
     "We're very proud to be honored with three different awards considering
 the sizable field of entries. It is a powerful acknowledgement of the quality
 of the technology news and buying information we provide for our users," said
 Barry Briggs, President of CNET Networks Media.
     CNET, www.cnet.com, is an indispensable source of knowledge about
 technology and the Internet, serving millions of Internet users daily.  In
 addition to the 2001 Maggie Awards, CNET's complete, timely and comprehensive
 news and reviews have won Webby and EPpy Awards, the James Madison Freedom of
 Information Award; the Online Journalism Award, and been honored by the
 Columbia Graduate School of Journalism, the Online News Association, and the
 Computer Press Association, among many others. CNET provides original news
 coverage, information, real-time pricing, comparisons, and reviews that help
 people make better technology buying decisions for themselves and their
 businesses.
 
     About CNET Networks
     CNET Networks, Inc. (Nasdaq:   CNET), is the global source of information
 and commerce services for the technology industry.  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 CNET 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.
 
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    SAN FRANCISCO, April 24 /PRNewswire Interactive News Release/ -- CNET
 Networks, Inc. (Nasdaq:   CNET), the global source of information and commerce
 services for the technology industry, announced today that its CNET online
 division has won three Maggie Awards.  CNET won for the Best Online
 Publication and Best Overall Online Design.  CNET News.com,
 http://www.news.com/, was honored with a Maggie for Best Online Article for
 "Napster Wildfire".  Produced by the news staff of CNET News.com, the story is
 available at http://news.cnet.com/news/0-1005-201-1757865-0.html.
     The Maggie Awards are the Western Publications Association's most
 prestigious publishing event, honoring editorial design and promotion
 excellence in magazine, tabloid, newsletter and online publishing.  Over 2080
 entries were received for the 2001 Maggies.
     "We're very proud to be honored with three different awards considering
 the sizable field of entries. It is a powerful acknowledgement of the quality
 of the technology news and buying information we provide for our users," said
 Barry Briggs, President of CNET Networks Media.
     CNET, www.cnet.com, is an indispensable source of knowledge about
 technology and the Internet, serving millions of Internet users daily.  In
 addition to the 2001 Maggie Awards, CNET's complete, timely and comprehensive
 news and reviews have won Webby and EPpy Awards, the James Madison Freedom of
 Information Award; the Online Journalism Award, and been honored by the
 Columbia Graduate School of Journalism, the Online News Association, and the
 Computer Press Association, among many others. CNET provides original news
 coverage, information, real-time pricing, comparisons, and reviews that help
 people make better technology buying decisions for themselves and their
 businesses.
 
     About CNET Networks
     CNET Networks, Inc. (Nasdaq:   CNET), is the global source of information
 and commerce services for the technology industry.  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 CNET 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.
 
                     MAKE YOUR OPINION COUNT -  Click Here
                http://tbutton.prnewswire.com/prn/11690X09762920
 
 SOURCE  CNET Networks, Inc.

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