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:
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.

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.
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