More NewsDoubleClick Adds Six New Sites to Network

DoubleClick Adds Six New Sites to Network

DoubleClick Inc. has added six more Website operations to its ad network, bringing it to more than 490 publishersworldwide.

DoubleClick Inc. has added six more Web site operations to its ad network, bringing it to more than 490 publishers worldwide.

Three new Web sites joining the DoubleClick Entertainment and Youth Network include Listen.com, CDDB and Digital Club Network.

Bid Now joins the Business and Finance Network, and Tech Republic will join the DoubleClick Technology Network. WWWomen will be added to the Woman and Health Network.

Listen.com is a music download directory that points music enthusiasts to thousands of legally downloadable music files all over the Web.

CDDBDigital Club Network is a live music channel, continuously cybercasting performances by new and emerging artists.

Bid Now offers an Internet and television based e-commerce auction platform. Tech Republic is a free service that provides career insight, community interaction, and customized content to enterprise computing professionals. WWWomen operates an ad network of 250 different women-oriented sites that claims 80 million plus monthly page views.

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