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CNET TV is a San Francisco, California and New York based Web television network showing original programming catering to the niche market of technology enthusiasts, operated by CBS Interactive through their CNET.com brand. CNET TV originated as the television program production arm of CNET Networks in the United States, producing programs starting in the mid-to-late 1990s. It was CNET Networks' first project. Technology-themed television shows produced by CNET TV also aired on G4 in Canada. CNET TV is a 2012 Technology People's Voice Webby Award Winner.
Current programming of CNET TV comprise of short-form video shot in-studio or in front of a greenscreen and long-form video productions made of packaged clips or new content. All current productions are distributed as podcasts and some programming is available on CNET TV, for Download at CNET, iTunes Store and on Roku.
- Always On premiered after the discontinuation of Buzz Out Loud, featuring CNET personality Molly Wood, and new co-host Jeff Cannata, providing hands-on product demos, product road tests, and interviews with people in the world of tech. The program airs weekly and also in segments. The viewer mail segment originates from the former program CNET Mailbag also hosted by Wood.
- CNET Conversations, hosted by Brian Cooley, showcases interviews with tech luminaries.
- CNET On Cars, hosted by Brian Cooley since September 2012, reviews the latest automobiles with an emphasis on technology offered on each vehicle. Standalone car reviews air on the short-form show Car Tech, which also hosted by Cooley. Past productions involving car reviews include the audio Car Tech Podcast from 2007 and Car Tech Live from 2009 and also hosted by Antuan Goodwin and Wayne Cunningham.
- CNET First Look features initial hands-on demos of gadgets by rotating CNET editors. Gadgets of special interest are featured on Product Spotlight and past video reviews were featured on various podcasts under CNET's Crave brand, the latest incarnation hosted by Eric Franklin and Donald Bell.
- CNET How To, hosted by Sharon Vaknin and other CNET editors, offers short do-it-yourself video instructions to common computer user tasks and gadget operation. How To also airs as segments in Always On and Apple Byte. Originally hosted by Tom Merritt, it also aired under the titles Hacks and Insider Secrets. CNET also uploads independently-produced instructional videos on YouTube also branded as CNET How To.
- CNET Inside Scoop, hosted by Sumi Das and Kara Tsuboi, behind the scenes interview about the latest tech developments.
- CNET News, hosted by CNET editors, bringing important news stories with commentary.
- CNET Top 5 counts down current trends in consumer electronics, tracking popularity, usage, or demand of certain. gadgets. Hosted by Tom Meritt from 2004 to 2010 and by Brian Cooley from 2010 to 2012, the weekly show is currently hosted by CNET editor Donald Bell.
- CNET Update airs weekdays offering current tech news as hosted by Bridget Carey. Carey previously hosted CNET's previous news program, CNET Loaded after the departure of long-time news reporter Natali Morris. Other news reports on CNET TV are hosted by Kara Tsuboi for CBS News on CNET News video segments or Inside Scoops segments.
- Cracking Open, hosted by Bill Detwiler, taking apart gadgets and looking inside them.
- Crave airs Fridays featuring CNET personality Steven Beacham providing a look at what is on Crave, The Gadget Blog
- Device and Conquer airs periodically and is hosted by Brian Cooley, helping consumers understand current tech paradigms and trends.
- Hooked Up is the only show on CNET that blends tech, with celebrities. It premiered April 24, 2013 on CNET. 
- Prizefight compares two of the latest gadgets as judged by a panel of CNET editors, hosted by Brain Tong, formerly by Veronica Belmont.
- Rumor Has It debunks tech rumors and is hosted by Emily Dryfuss and Karyne Levy. It originated as an audio talk show and is now a video production.
- Tap That App covers "the hottest apps in the mobile space" as told by various CNET editors. Tap That App airs weekly.
- The Apple Byte airs weekly, hosted by Brian Tong, covering latest news, rumors, and reviews of Apple products.
- The 404 Show, hosted by Jeff Bakalar and Justin Yu and featuring Ariel Nuñez, Richard Peterson, and Bridget Carey, is an audio or video podcast talk show covering daily tech news and pop culture under the slogan, High Tech, Low Brow. It broadcasts from CNET's New York City CBS studios with live video feed on weekdays. 404 is the only remnant of the previous CNET Live format and spawned a short-lived video game review show preGAME, also hosted by Bakalar. Frequent guests include CBS MoneyWatch editor Jill Schlesinger and other CNET editors. In production since November 2007, it was previously co-hosted by Randall Bennett until May 2008 and Wilson Tang until February 2012. Beginning at the start of May 2013, the two hosts have been implying that a move to a bigger studio might be in the works.
Past shows and podcasts 
Until Summer 2012, CNETTV streamed live programming on its subsite CNET Live, consisting of audio talk shows with video feeds, which also were distributed as podcasts. On March 23, 2012 CNETTV's flagship talk show Buzz Out Loud announced that it and most of CNET Live will be cancelled for more on-demand content.
CNET Live audio/video talk shows
- Android Atlas Weekly aired weekly on Wednesdays, CNET editors Justin Eckhouse and Antuan Goodwin examined Android phones and devices.
- Buzz Out Loud was a daily technology news talk show podcast from March 2005 to January 2009 and was produced weekly until its end in April 2012. BOL was hosted by Molly Wood, Brian Tong, and Stephen Beacham at its end and was also known for being co-hosted by Tom Meritt and Veronica Belmont. It spawned CNET TV's short-form video segment The Buzz Report which was hosted by Wood from May 2006 to April 2012.
- Car Tech Live aired weekly on Thursdays August 2009 to April 2012. Brian Cooley, Antuan Goodwin, and Wayne Cunningham examined the latest technology in cars.
- Crave aired Tuesdays as a weekly podcast hosted by Eric Franklin and Donald Bell, discussing the latest gadgets posted on the eponymous blog
- CNET Labcast hosted by Dan Ackerman, Scott Stein, Julie Rivera, and Joseph Kaminski aired from September 2011 to March 2012 discussing product reviews on all consumer electronics. Labcast originated as Digital City which began October 2008.
- CNET Live
- CNET To the Rescue/The Real Deal, hosted by Rafe Needleman and Josh Lowensohn (formerly co-hosted with Tom Merritt) was produced on-demand and sometimes live weekdays, tackling consumer questions on tech
- Dialed In discussed cell phone reviews, airing Wednesdays from August 2009 to April 2012 hosted by Kent German, Jessica Dolcourt, Lynn La, and Brian Bennett.
- preGAME aired Tuesdays, discussing video game releases
- Digital City aired weekdays; CNET editors discussed
- Gadgettes discussed tech topics related to women, hosted by Molly Wood, Kelly Morrison, and Jason Howell.
- MP3 Insider, hosted by Jasmine France and Donald Bell (formerly Veronica Belmont and James Kim), aired until May 2010.
- Security Bites- hosted by Robert Vamosi, discontinued November 2008
CNET TV video-only shows
- The Buzz Report, Molly Wood's weekly wrap-up on tech news
- CNET Tech Review, packaged short-form video segments into one half-hour program
- Crossfade TV- biweekly program hosted by Kurt Wolff, Mike Tao, Peter Gavin, Anngie Dehoyos on Download.com and MP3.com
- Planet CNET- news program hosted by Kara Tsuboi, Louise Ghegan, Rory Reid, Ella Morton, and John Chan
- Loaded - daily tech update hosted by Bridget Carey; replaced by CNET Update in March 2012.
- The Digital Home- hosted by Don Reisinger
- Studio C- weekly program hosted by Kurt Wolff, Ariel Nuñez, Mike Tao, and Peter Gavin on Download.com and MP3.com
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Former television productions 
- CNET Central was the flagship program of CNET TV and was hosted by Richard Hart and Gina St. John (later replaced by Daphne Brogdon). It aired from 1995 to 1999 on the Sci Fi Channel and USA Network in the United States. Individual segments were hosted by Desmond Crisis, Ryan Seacrest, and Hari Sreenivasan. Reviews of software and hardware were provided by John C. Dvorak in his "Buy It, Try It, Skip It" segments. The show often ended with a segment called The Last Word featuring commentary from Dave Ross.
- The Web explored the World Wide Web as an emerging facet of computing. Hosted by Sofie Formica and Justin Gunn, the show was an hour in length and included segments called The Hall of Fame and The Hall of Shame which showcased interesting and bizarre websites respectively. The show also interviewed famous tech celebrities such as Jerry Yang and David Filo, Todd Rundgren, and Thomas Dolby.
- The New Edge was hosted by Ryan Seacrest, one of his first on-air jobs. Unlike CNET Central and The Web, The New Edge was not nearly so focused on computing; it explored all aspects of science and technology, from Magnetic Resonance Imaging to gasoline powered blenders.
- TV.COM was focused on the best the Internet had to offer. It was broadcast in syndication. Ron Reagan was a co-host.
- Tech Briefs were 90 second tech inserts for local news media. They were hosted by Richard Hart. Later renamed Tech Reports.
- Cool Tech showcased new gadgets. It was hosted by Desmond Crisis and Daphne Brogdon.
- News.com was originally hosted by Richard Hart and Gina Smith (later replaced by Sydnie Kohara) with Hari Sreenivasan as senior correspondent.
See also 
- http://cnettv.cnet.com/8301-34756_53-57580848-307/hooked-up-a-backstage-pass-at-the-tech-behind-cee-lo-greens-stage-show/ Hooked Up premiered April 2013
- "The 404". CNET. CBS Interactive.
- Official website
- CNET 10, 10th anniversary video of CNET TV
- CES 2013 CNET website from the Internet Archive
- CNET Live