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Monday, November 3, 2008

MySpace ad deal lets members use copyright video

MySpace and online video ad technology company Auditude planned to announce a partnership Monday with Viacom Inc.-owned MTV Networks that will let ads be placed in clips of the network's shows that users upload to MySpace.

http://news.aol.com/story/_a/myspace-ad-deal-lets-members-use/n20081102224909990015

2 comments:

  1. they should call it user exploitation advertizing (UEA). I mean we get that they want to reap a reward for their so called intellectual property but when it goes to the extent of spoiling the entertainment value of the content it will kill the goose that laid the golden egg.

    All companies should consider that very very very seriously before embarking on UEA as a revenue source. When you disrespect your fans you deserve what you have coming to you.

    just saying...

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  2. link not working for me for some reason ... this is for when fans upload copyrighted clips to myspace, which is technically illegal?

    so they are monetizing this stream? that's fascinating.

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