Netscape Launches Publishing Program
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Netscape Communications Corp. Monday launched My Netscape Network, a program that will allow Web publishers to create channels of content for the company's My Netscape personalized start pages.
My Netscape Network is one of the customization features on the Netcenter portal. The first companies to join the network include Garden.com, JavaWorld and Red Herring. Others that are participating include Lanier Travel Guides, Linux Today, MacCentral and Salon Magazine.
All content partners will be listed in the Netscape Open Directory which allows users to search for a Web site and add it to their personalized Netscape start page.
"The My Netscape Network is the Web's first open portal service that empowers consumers to view all the Internet content they want in one convenient location on the Web all through My Netscape," said Mike Homer, executive vice president and general manager of Netscape's Netcenter division.