The partnership with ShineReveille is one of News Corp's most ambitious plays to underscore MySpace as a media platform, distinguishing itself from fast-moving rival Facebook.
Just last week, MySpace announced a deal with three big music companies to start an online music service, seen as a rival to Apple's popular digital entertainment service iTunes.
MySpace's first UK-programming co-production deal is with legendary British horror film imprint Hammer Films. "Beyond the Rave," a feature-length film about vampires and dance music, will air on MySpace TV on April 17 in four- to five-minute installments.
MySpace will retain all Internet rights for its programs globally and all media rights in the United States.