We got the memo this morning.
“Together, CBS and CBS Interactive represent an unbeatable combination of premium content online, premium content on air, and premium audiences. As a leading online media network, CBS Interactive has an impressive portfolio of brands, including CNET, CBSSports.com, CBS.com, GameSpot, TV.com, BNET, and Last.fm, to name a few. Together, we cover just about every major category that advertisers care about: technology, entertainment, sports, news, and business, and we have the ability to offer advertisers access to active and engaged audiences, across all platforms â€“ on air (radio and TV), online, mobile and outdoor.”
Neil Ashe, President of CBS Interactive
Pretty cool to be on the same team as Last.fm, one of my favorite web properties.
Believe it or not, it’s also cool to be affiliated with a big media company. Not much has changed around here, but I suspect big things are coming for the former CNET Networks. For instance, I think the news.com integration will happen soon, as cnet.com is redesigning right now. TV.com might become more like the CBS Audience Network.
One of our own sites just got a new skin today, and I am proud to show it off:
Lots of things are gonna change here, and I will miss the CNET Networks orange cube that sits outside our office, but overall I’m very excited.