The Evolution of MySpace


Posted August 14, 2006 - By Stephen Johnson

News Corp., the new owner of MySpace, is taking the first steps toward turning the social-networking site into a platform for serving mass-market entertainment. News Corp recently unveiled plans to sell downloadable copies of 20th Century Fox movies and TV shows through the popular social network and other Fox Interactive Media sites.

The service launches in October, and Fox movies like The Omen and X-Men 3 for around 20 bucks and Fox TV shows like Prison Break for two dollars an episode.

Sydney Morning Herald: Download Fox films, but do it their way

Tags: Movies, Tech, TV
The Evolution of MySpace


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