Video, gaming sites join in Haiti fundraising

01/20/2010 | PaidContent.org

Web sites including YouTube, Hulu, MySpace and Fancast are joining TV networks in the global "Help for Haiti Now" telethon to raise funds for earthquake victims. "Songs for Haiti," a program by Paste magazine, uses music downloads to entice donors, while Zynga, a site that sells virtual goods for social games, has raised $1.5 million for the World Food Program's Haiti aid.

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