More NewsDoubleClick Network Signs Six More Web Sites

DoubleClick Network Signs Six More Web Sites

DoubleClick Inc. saidit added six more Web sites to the DoubleClick Network, bringing thenetwork to more than 70 sites, reaching more than 35 million users.

DoubleClick Inc. said it added six more Web sites to the DoubleClick Network, bringing the network to more than 70 sites, reaching more than 35 million users.

The six new Web sites are Home & Garden Television, ClearStation (financial advice), MFC Programmer’s Source Book (for Windows programmers), The Trip.com (a travel reservation site), Supernews (Web discussion) and Copernic (a search agent site).

“These new sites build our reach, and are excellent complements to our existing sites,” said Jonathan Shapiro, DoubleClick’s vice president of business development.

DoubleClick centralizes planning, execution, control, tracking and reporting for online media campaigns and has offices in Paris, London, Tokyo, Madrid, Milan, Sydney, Stockholm, Montreal, Toronto, Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Dallas, Los Angeles, and Silicon Valley.

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