Priyanka TilveMay 16, 2006 18:30:59 IST
Myspace may be shrouded in the child predator controversy in U.S but that hasn't stopped it from forging ahead with new plans. MySpace has announced that it will soon begin to offer television shows for $1.99 per episode, from May 22. The first of these shows to go on sale is a popular fox thriller “24”, which starts its season's finale on the same day. MySpace will also set up a “24” forum for users to exchange opinions on the topic.
Looks like Apple's iTunes has found another rival in MySpace, which claims to be the largest video site on the net. After News Corp. acquired MySpace's parent company, Intermix Media, MySpace became a part of Fox Interactive Media. This means there will be more of Fox's TV shows on sale at MySpace soon.
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