MySpace has relaunched its events service, pulling in data from MySpace Music, iLike and even Facebook Connect around live music. Artists and labels can add concert details to the system, which MySpace users can then add to their planned events, share details with friends, and buy tickets from within the social network. Music is the focus for now, with around one million gigs listed for 2010 so far. However, in the coming months it will extend to movies too. Link Source: TechCrunch

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