Written By mista sense on Tuesday, March 20, 2007 | 3:18 PM
Myspace.com, the hot social networking site owned by the News Corp., which also owns Fox News, is joining the '08 presidential campaign. One way or another, coverage will never be the same, after it goes fully interactive.
According to Grant Gross of IDG News Service, candidates represented include Democratic Senators Hillary Clinton of New York; Barack Obama of Illinois; Joe Biden of Delaware; plus Rep. Dennis Kucinich of Ohio; John Edwards, former North Carolina senator and 2004 vice presidential candidate, along with Republicans Senator John McCain of Arizona; former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani; and former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney. Rep. Ron Paul of Texas also has a page.
In the Converging World to come, in which video on the Net becomes indistinguishable from video on TV, this initiative by Myspace will prove to be a big deal--a watershed, even.