The site's video store will open May 22, the same day "24," a popular Fox thriller about a fictional counterterrorism agency, airs its season finale. MySpace also plans to set up a "24" social network, through which fans can sound off about the show.More info over here.
As part of the video store launch, fast-food chain Burger King is sponsoring free downloads for two preselected episodes of "24," one episode of Fuel TV's "Firsthand" and one episode of Speed Channel's "Pinks," News Corp. said.
MySpace to sell TV Shows
Posted on Tuesday, May 16 2006 @ 19:13 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
CNET writes social networking website Myspace will soon start offering TV shows for $1.99: