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MySpace Aims to 'Impact' Presidential Race
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Written by Samuknow   
Wednesday, 21 March 2007 17:22

Vowing to play a "powerful role" in the 2008 U.S. presidential election, MySpace.com  has introduced a portal featuring candidate-created profiles as well as voter-registration tools, job listings, videos, "friends" pages and other political content.

MySpace, owned by Rupert Murdoch's News Corp., dubbed the new portal "The Impact Channel" and said it believes the service will play a big part in the way candidates interact with voters.

"As the country's most trafficked Web site, MySpace will play a powerful role in the upcoming election," predicted MySpace CEO Chris DeWolfe. "Our digital candidate banners will be the yard signs of the 21st Century and our political viral videos and vlogs are the campaign ads of the future." More at Tech News World\

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