Nylon Magazine‘s seventh annual “Music Issue” hopes to enhance interaction with its readers by incorporating URLs for the MySpace profiles of the bands and artists featured in the magazine.
Seems a total no-brainer, given every single one of those musicians and bands almost certainly already has a MySpace profile.
“We have created something very special and new. You can literally listen to the issue online,” overstated Marvin Scott Jarrett, Nylon’s editor-in-chief and co-founder. The issue will also include a map of MySpace sponsored summer events and a “DIY guide to creating a vivid MySpace profile.”
Youth-oriented print mags are jumping onto the MySpace bandwagon. It’s been reported “Seventeen” will include MySpace profiles for all its contributors begninng with the June issue.
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