Worry About The State More Than The Church

<b>Editor's note:</b> <em>Jay Kirsch is the President of AOL’s Business, Technology & Entertainment Group, which includes properties such as TechCrunch, Engadget, Autoblog, DailyFinance and Movi

CES Awards The DISH Hopper “Best Of CES” After All, Drops CNET As Awards Partner

CES today issued a press release announcing that DISH's Hopper with Sling technology built-in is the "Best of Show" after all, an honor it will share with existing winner the Razer Edge for the 2013 s

CNET Now Forbidden To Review Aereo, The TV Service In Active Litigation With CBS

John P. Falcone over at CBS-owned CNET posted a quick piece on Aereo, the TV-over-Internet startup that is giving broadcasters fits. <a target="_blank" href="

CNET In Talks To Acquire gdgt As Early As This Week

Back in 2009, TechCrunch Founder Michael Arrington wrote that CNET (and parent company CBS) <a href="">were sniffing arou

Top 10 Greatest U.S. Digital Media M&A Deals Of All Time

Back in November 2006, I published the <a href="">Top 10 Greatest Internet Digital Media M&A Deals of All Time</a>.  It included eBay's $1.5 billion acquis

Google Hires A Tech Blogger? Caroline McCarthy Leaves CNET For The Search Giant

<img src="" />That's right. Even bloggers can get hired at Google. Caroline McCarthy, a social media writer at CNET, announced

MyCE launches community-driven gadgets review and news site

<img src="" width="175" height="106" />Launching in beta today is <a href="">MyCE</a>, a community-driven network

MyCE Sees Room For Another Social Network For Consumer Electronics Fans

<img src="" width="175" height="106" />Launching in beta today is <a href="">MyCE</a>, a community-driven network tha

The Digital Divisions Are Dead At Big Media

<img src="" width="215" height="112" /> Big Media's love affair with the Internet ebbs and flows with the markets. When they see

ComScore Report: Fastest-Growing Sites And Top-Ten Advertising Magnets

<img src="" alt="" /> Of the top 100 sites on the Web, which ones grew the fastest in 2008? In a report it is preparing

Want To See Where Media Is Going? Follow The Money.

<img src="" /> Yet more evidence that the future of media is digital (in case there are still any doubters out there). In a r to get redesigned as a Hulu competitor

Hulu overcame incredible initial criticism to become the golden child of revenue generating video sites. CBS has been eyeing the NBC success story and reportably has big plans for CNET lau

How Many Bodies Exactly Is CBS Interactive Trying To Hide? Try "275-ish."

<img src="" /> The pink slips were passed out on Thursday throughout the various business duchies that make up <a href="h

Joshua Goldman reviews some camera CNET’s Josh Goldberg reviews the Canon PowerShot SD something or other for CNET, proving that even the habitually drunk can review camer

CBS Interactive To Change Its Colors. And Cnet Tests A New Design With Blogs Top And Center.

It’s been just a little over a month since CBS completed its acquisition of Cnet and some of the first outward signs of the deal can be seen in a forthcoming logo for CBS Interactive that we obt

1938 Media Inks Verizon Deal, CNET Gets Cold Feet

1938 Media, the controversial (and hilarious) video blogging site founded by Loren Feldman, has been the center of attention over the last few days. Now big partners are starting to take notice, and F

CBS Finishes Acquisition Of CNET; Leslie Moonves, Quincy Smith And Neil Ashe Address The Troops

CBS announced the closing of its acquisition of CNET today. The deal, first announced last month, will bring CNET under the control of Quincy Smith’s CBS Interactive division, “the premier

CBS President Leslie Moonves Drops By CNET HQ

CBS President & CEO Leslie Moonves paid a visit to CNET headquarters in San Francisco today, we’re hearing. He came alone. No Quincy Smith, No Michael Marquez (the guys who did the deal). No

Why CBS Bought CNET, And Not The Other Way Around

1999: CNET is a $12 billion company January 2000: CNET Aquires MySimon for $700 million October 2000: CNET Acquires Ziff Davis (ZDNet) for $1.6 billion (after the March 2000 stock crash) July 2004: CN

CNET CEO: "This Is An Exciting Day For Us"

CNET CEO Neil Ashe, who has been accused of “presiding over massive value destruction” will go down in history as the guy that was forced to sell CNET out to an old media dinosaur. But at least he
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