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March Madness hits sports sites

Traffic to sports sites jumped last week as basketball fans sought news of the men's NCAA basketball tournament, according to a report released by Nielsen/NetRatings. The Internet measurement firm said that during the week ending March 10, traffic to CBS SportsLine.com rose 36 percent to 1.5 million unique users. SportingNews.com jumped 21 percent to 440,000 surfers; ESPN recorded an 11 percent increase with 3.4 million; Fansonly.com climbed 9 percent with 555,000; and, CNNsi rose 3 percent to 2.6 million users. The NCAA Final Four Tournament's official site, FinalFour.net, saw 198,000 surfers this past week.

Traffic to sports sites jumped last week as basketball fans sought news of the men's NCAA basketball tournament, according to a report released by Nielsen/NetRatings.

The Internet measurement firm said that during the week ending March 10, traffic to CBS SportsLine.com rose 36 percent to 1.5 million unique users. SportingNews.com jumped 21 percent to 440,000 surfers; ESPN recorded an 11 percent increase with 3.4 million; Fansonly.com climbed 9 percent with 555,000; and, CNNsi rose 3 percent to 2.6 million users. The NCAA Final Four Tournament's official site, FinalFour.net, saw 198,000 surfers this past week.