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MySpaceTV to debut original show in November

Written by James Delahunty (Google+) @ 13 Sep 2007 9:48 User comments (2)

MySpaceTV to debut original show in November MySpaceTV is to debut an original show in November, made by the creators of Blood Diamond. Quarterlife will debut on the MySpaceTV platform on November 11th. The show follows the lives of six people in their mid-20s and will "chart the sometimes excruciating, sometimes comic, often emotional experiences that comprise coming of age as a part of the digital generation."
The protagonist, Dylan (female) is a video blogger. MySpace has already tested the waters as a digital-age broadcaster by hosting Prom Queen, a Web series created by Vuguru (owned by former Disney chief, Michael Eisner). MySpaceTV also got the exclusive rights for the finale of Lonelygirl15, but that show had been openly distributed among the likes of YouTube and Revver by its fans.

MySpace is the "exclusive international distribution partner" for QaurterLife but it is unclear whether the company will pursue action against uploaders who post it to other video-sharing sites.


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113.9.2007 12:07

Myspace turns men into pansies! Get a life!

214.9.2007 22:18

Not a fan of myspace. This just another atempt to get a piece of the youtube pie.

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