DoubleClick Adds 6 Sites to Network

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DoubleClick (www.doubleclick.net), New York, now is on more than 70 premium-branded sites serving 1.5 billion ads to more than 35 million Internet users after adding six more Web sites to the DoubleClick Network.


The sites joining the Internet advertising provider represent a variety of interests, including home, travel, news and finance: Home & Garden Television (www.hgtv.com), ClearStation (www.clearstation.com), MFC Programmer's Source Book (www.codeguru.com), The Trip.com (www.thetrip.com), Supernews (www.supernews.com) and Copernic (www.copernic.com).


They join other groups that are part of the DoubleClick Network like Fast Company, The Dilbert Zone, Major League Baseball, TV Food Network and Automobile magazine.
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