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1 Wish I'd Thought of That

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4/6. Kate Thornton explores the evolution of cyberspace, with special attention to the pioneers of six innovative modern-day business plans that have revolutionised the world. The series continues with the 2003 invention of music website MySpace by Chris DeWolfe and Tom Anderson , who in 2005 then sold the world's top social-networking website to Rupert Murdoch for a reported$580 million. MySpace provides its 27 million registered users with music samples, tour dates and other details for over one million bands and artists. Featuring an interview with Anderson, who - with DeWolfe - is still active in the company.

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Unknown: Kate Thornton
Unknown: Chris Dewolfe
Unknown: Tom Anderson
Unknown: Rupert Murdoch

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1 Wish I'd Thought of That

BBC Radio 2, 13 November 2007 22.30






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