Wednesday, April 18, 2007

MySpace News

(image via webreakstuff)

MySpace is finally moving beyond its sweet niche as an important force in the breaking of new bands for the college set (And, of course, growing ad revenue). They and i-Tunes provide a decent soundtrack to the run-up to the kegger. From Paidcontent:

"As expected, MySpace is launching a social news service, imaginatively called MySpace News (not yet live, will launch later tonight). The beta service will aggregate news content (an automatic Web crawl which organizes news into 25 main categories and 300 sub-categories), and then a bit like Digg, allowing users to rate news and control the stories appearing on the front news page."

Yes, just make sure The Corsair is on there, sweetie. More (Paidcontent)

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