Looks like Mr. Murdoch is getting the advertising and marketing implications of his burgeoning MySpace property.
Mr. M’s MySpace page may be phony, but there’s no mistaking the presence of one of Fox’s most valuable properties (and soon to be summer blockbuster) served up onto his page.
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