Hoping to cash in on the renewed rush of media companies to make big investments in the Internet, CNET Networks is shopping itself, The Post has learned. Sources said CNET has been informally shopping
itself to a host of media companies - it has had discussions with Viacom and Barry Diller's InterActiveCorp, among others - and that investment banks are vying for the deal. AOL and Yahoo! are also
rumored to be considering making a bid.
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