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Marketplace Report: MySpace Going Mainstream

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Marketplace Report: MySpace Going Mainstream

Marketplace Report: MySpace Going Mainstream

Marketplace Report: MySpace Going Mainstream

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The MySpace social networking site, sold to Rupert Murdoch's Newscorp last year for $580 million, has become a virtual hangout for many American teenagers. But new data shows that a surprising number of MySpace users are 35 and older.

Bob Moon of Marketplace talks with Madeleine Brand about the probe.