Fox to stream TV shows to MySpace and local network sites

Posted on Saturday, Oct 07 2006 @ 08:16 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Fox announced it's going to stream TV shows like Prison Break and Vanished for free on the internet.
Fox has jumped on the trend and announced the Tuesday launch of "Fox On Demand," a collaboration with parent company News Corp.'s Fox Interactive Media and Fox Television Stations branches.

Through Fox On Demand, previously aired episodes of this season's Fox primetime shows--like "Prison Break" and "Vanished"--are now accessible for free online. The video content is distributed through the News Corp.-owned MySpace.com as well as through MyFoxLocal, the Web sites that correspond to 24 of Fox's local television markets.
More info at ZD Net.


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