CNET offers Web site about TV shows

June 2, 2005 at 12:01 PM
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SAN FRANCISCO, June 2 (UPI) -- CNET Networks, a San Francisco-based global interactive media company, Thursday launched its TV.com, a Web site for TV shows.

The company said TV.com will provide today's increasingly fragmented TV audiences a place to meet people with similar interests, discuss favorite shows, find new programs and access a wealth of information on more than 2,500 TV series dating back to the 1940s.

TV.com builds on the success of TVTome, a user-driven TV content site CNET Networks acquired early this year.

The Web site will provide instant, on-demand connection to information, trivia and community for every show on every network, the company said.

Chief Executive Officer Shelby Bonnie said the launch is part of the company's successful strategy to expand into new content categories with Web sites that fulfill the needs of active audiences.

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