MySpace, which currently offers programming just from parent News Corp.-owned Fox, is trying to forge content deals with other companies to help create a rival to YouTube, Peter Levinsohn, president of Fox Interactive Media, said at the Bear Stearns Media Conference in Palm Beach, Fla. "There's certainly an opportunity for the media companies to get together," he said. "MySpace will be a huge beneficiary of that."

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