More NewsCBS Digital Launches ShowBuzz

CBS Digital Launches ShowBuzz

The internet today gave birth to a new celebrity and gossip site, courtesy of CBS Digital Media

The internet today gave birth to a new celebrity and gossip site, courtesy of CBS Digital Media. ShowBuzz will offer a combination of original content and material produced by CBS properties, including CBSNews.com, CBS.com and 60 Minutes. Other media partners include The Hollywood Reporter, Billboard, The Book Standard, MovieTickets.com and Broadway.com.

The site launch was pre-sold to two sponsors, CBS said. Judging from the banner units now on the site, those sponsors are Noxzema and the Season 1 DVD of Dharma & Greg.

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