CNET Names Steve Fox as Editor of CNET.com

Posted on November 24, 1999

CNET Inc. has announced that Steve Fox, former Editor of IDG's PC World, has been named Editor of CNET.com. Fox will focus on the editorial development of CNET.com. Alice Hill, Vice President of Development and Editorial Director of CNET.com made the announcement .

"Steve Fox is one of the most widely respected and recognized journalists in the computer industry today," stated Alice Hill, Vice President of Development and Editorial Director, CNET.com. "Hiring Steve further solidifies CNET's commitment to recruiting only the best editors in the industry, and thereby providing our users with the best computer and technology content available."

Fox brings more than 22 years of publishing experience to the job, most recently at IDG's PC World, where he served as the magazine's Editor. He later held the post of Editor-in-Chief of pcworld.com. In 1996 Fox signed on as founding Editor-in-Chief of The Web, a monthly consumer-oriented magazine, also published by IDG. Before launching The Web, Fox spent more than five years at PC World, holding various editorial posts and he oversaw the magazine's alliance projects with publications like Newsweek.

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