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NBC News, MSNBC.com team with MySpace

While ABC News has linked up with Facebook for election coverage, NBC News and MSNBC.com have teamed with News Corp’s MySpace on a Decision ’08 section. Check election data state-by-state, watch video and become a friend. You can also browse MySpace profiles for Brian Williams, Tim Russert, Chris Matthews and more. So why isn’t Fox News — owned by News Corp — powering the section? “We work with companies that are in family and out of family all the time,” said Lee Brenner, executive producer of political programming at MySpace.

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