From now until the September 21, comedians are invited to submit their video clips. Judges will select 15 semi-finalists from which MySpace users will vote for their top six who will perform live at a national awards ceremony on November 27.
Comics will need to submit three clips over the course of the competition, and allow MySpace and Trident owner Cadbury rights to use that material, as well as footage from the final, freely.
Dom Cook, head of entertainment at MySpace said: ‘We are creating the platform for true and credible talent to shine through.’
MySpace recently launched its comedy section using material from Warner Entertainment’s ComedyBox website.
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