MySpace and MTV said this morning that the two have partnered on a series of events featuring Presidential candidates and their users. The two firms said that they will broadcast discussions between college students and all of the major Republican and Democratic Presidential candidates, on MTV, with live webcasts on MTV.com and MySpaceTV. The meeting, to be held on college campuses, will allow MySpace users to submit questions via MySpace instant messaging, mobile devices, and e-mail in an interactive format. So far, the firms said that Former Sen. John Edwards, Sen. Sam Brownback, Sen. Hillary Clinton, Sen. Chris Dodd, former Mayor Rudy Giuliani, Rep. Duncan Hunter, Sen. John McCain, Sen. Barack Obama, Rep. Ron Paul, Gov. Bill Richardson, and former Gov. Mitt Romney have all agreed to participate.
posted on Thursday, August 23, 2007
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