MySpace offers free trip to World Economic Forum

LOS ANGELES - MySpace has partnered with the Wall Street Journal to send one MySpace user to Davos, Switzerland as a special correspondent at the World Economic Forum.

The MySpace Journal winner will be chosen by a panel of experts to join the Davos press corp to report on conference news and interview world leaders during the annual meeting to be held from January 28 to February 1.

Users must upload a video on the MySpace Journal website, explaining why they should be chosen to represent MySpace at the global forum.

A panel of judges, including Mark Adams, head of communications at the World Economic Forum and Arianna Huffington, co-founder and editor of the Huffington Post will select a winner.

The winner will also receive a special lunch with Wall Street Journal editors and syndication of the winner's MySpace blog on WSJ.com.

Chris DeWolfe, MySpace CEO, said: "We're giving one user the opportunity of a lifetime -- access to the most prestigious conference in the world during one of the most critical and historical moments in time.

"Davos brings together thought leaders from around the globe to focus on solutions to the problems we face on an international level and we are thrilled that MySpace can serve as a platform for users all over the world to explore, connect and communicate about these important issues."

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