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By Tammy Bruce
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Topic - Van Toffler
MTV is launching a broad platform of musician Web pages in a bid to replace MySpace.
Over the years, one of the last things you'd see on the youth-obsessed MTV was a parent.
MTV is finally getting its mojo back, thanks to the tanned twenty-somethings of "Jersey Shore."
Van Toffler, who runs the networks for Viacom, said the idea is to give a boost to musicians at a time of trouble for the industry and provide soundtracks for the parties and gatherings people are having at home.
"There is infinite choice out there, but with this artist platform, we want to provide a meaningful road map for consumers to weed through the chaos and discover the musical gems that should break through," Toffler said in a statement.