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MySpace introduces video to mobile phones

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Beverly Hills, Calif.—MySpace, the online social network owned by News Corp., will begin offering video clips for mobile phones.

The videos will include video from the National Hockey League, short films produced by National Geographic and clips from the tongue-in-cheek The Onion.

The MySpace service—offered in partnership with mobile video specialist Ripcode, and accessible at m.myspace.com—will stream video to such supported phones as the BlackBerry Bold, Palm Centro, Motorola Q9, LG Voyager, Nokia N95 and Samsung Instinct. The service does not yet support Apple’s iPhone.

—Christopher Hosford

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