MySpace will hold an online Presidential Primary vote next January. Most major candidates have created profiles on the social networking site. Barak Obama has the most MySpace “friends” by a very large margin.

The FCC issued a statement, saying they would not reconsider the current ban on in-flight cell phone use. Notably, a soon to-be-released in-flight WiFi system will block voice services.

Michael Eisner’s Vuguru has launched Prom Queen – an online TV show made up of 80 short clips. TechCrunch has watched the first two installments, and reports that Eisner may have “a mini hit.”

More DoubleClick news today: the company plans to launch an auction for the buying and selling of online ads.

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