Tuesday, December 4, 2007

MySpace launches new music program

Social networking site MySpace launched a new music program Tuesday that will provide exclusive video content from recording artists.
The MySpace Transmissions site will also offer audio tracks that U.S. users can buy as well as a private recording session with artists and video question and answer segments.
The first artist featured is James Blunt, who recorded five songs exclusively for MySpace including "Same Mistake." MySpace, a division of Fox Interactive Media Inc., said it will name additional artists participating with MySpace Transmissions in the coming weeks.
MySpace Transmissions content will be archived and available on-demand through MySpace Transmissions and MySpaceTV.
Fox Interactive Media is a unit of Rupert Murdoch's News Corp.


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