More Newsspace.com Joins DoubleClick’s Select Network

space.com Joins DoubleClick's Select Network

DoubleClick Inc. signed space.com, a newly launched site devoted tonews, information, education and entertainment focused entirely on space andspace-related content.

DoubleClick Inc. signed space.com, a newly launched site devoted to news, information, education and entertainment focused entirely on space and space-related content.

The site will become a member of DoubleClick’s Select Network of premium sites, which represents premium sites in exclusive advertising and sponsorship sales relationships.

“space.com is a great addition to DoubleClick’s Entertainment Network as it offers advertisers unique, ground-breaking content that draws millions of consumers worldwide,” said Wenda Harris Millard, executive vice president and general manager of the DoubleClick Network.

space.com provides real-time coverage of space exploration, missions, NASA, science breakthroughs and discoveries, reports on the commercial space business, “space fiction,” children’s educational materials, message boards and an email service.

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