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Comedy Festival finds its place on MySpace



New Zealand International Comedy Festival finds its place on MySpace!


Wellington, 23rd April - have announced a partnership with the New Zealand International Comedy Festival. The collaboration will see NZ comedians presented to a potential audience of over 110 million on the social networking juggernaught.

Comedians and comedy fans alike are encouraged to visit the MySpace profiles and check out video content and news from both local and international acts performing as part of the NZ International Comedy Festival 2008.

The comedy channel can be found at while the festival has its own profile at;

The MySpace comedy channel is an exciting platform for comedians and fans of comedy. The MySpace NZ comedy channel is working to become the premiere showcase for NZ comedic talent to the world.

Rebecca Horne, Vice President of MySpace NZ says, "MySpace is really excited to be a part of this year's New Zealand International Comedy Festival.  It is great to be a part of festival that is not only a launching pad for local comedy but also has international standing and forms part of MySpace global activity supporting comedians and comedy festivals'.

These are exciting times for Kiwi Comedy, the success of Flight Of The Conchords has shown the world what the New Zealand sense of humour is like, and now MySpace Comedy is giving New Zealand comedians another window to the world.

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