CNET Releases New Files

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Worldata, Boca Raton, FL, was awarded list management of six new e-mail newsletter files and one new magazine list from CNET, effective last week.


Digital Living Magazine offers consumers information on electronics products. This postal list contains 166,800 names and has a base price of $170/M.


Home & Entertainment Weekly newsletter covers personal technologies. The file has 57,300 e-mail names and costs $200/M.


CNET at Work Weekly newsletter covers professionals' technology product needs. The list has 58,300 e-mail addresses and costs $200/M.


Digital Dispatch is CNET's flagship daily e-mail newsletter with information on personal computing, purchasing hardware, software and peripherals and the latest in services and gadgets. The file offers 74,700 e-mail names and costs $200/M.


Music Center Weekly e-mail newsletter gives consumers information on digital music. This list has 16,700 e-mail addresses and costs $200/M.


On the Go Weekly offers product reviews, recommendations and advice to help consumers decide what products are right for them. It has 40,000 e-mail names and costs $200/M.


Photo & Video Weekly has an audience of professional and hobbyist photographers. The file has 35,200 e-mail names and costs $200/M.


Kristen Bremner covers list news for DM News.com. To keep up with the latest list news subscribe to our free e-mail newsletter DM News Daily by visiting http://www.dmnews.com/cgi-bin/newslettersub.cgi


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