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CNET Networks and Ziff Davis Media revise licensing agreement

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San Francisco-CNET Networks Inc., an online source of technology and commerce-related information, Tuesday said it has amended its content licensing and print publishing contracts with Ziff Davis Media Inc., reducing the scope, duration and financial commitment of its previous agreements. Under the revised contracts, which become effective March 1, CNET Networks and Ziff Davis will share online rights to content from 11 Ziff Davis Media print publications for one year. In addition, Ziff Davis will continue to provide production and circulation services for CNET Networks' Computer Shopper for up to two years. The changes also allow for the use of the magazine content by Ziff Davis Media and by ZDNet and CNET.
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