MySpace, Team To Stream From Comic-Con

Los Angeles-based social networking site MySpace and said Wednesday that the two are partnering to stream the Comic-Con International conference to their users. According to the companies, they will feature stars from upcoming films and television shows, interviews, sneak peeks, and more with daily live shows hosted by MTV Movies Editor Josh Horowitz, along with other material. The broadcasts will stream on both MTV's home page as well as a MySpace page devoted to comic con. MySpace is a unit of News Corporation, and MTV is owned by Viacom. Details on the financial arrangements between the firms were not disclosed.