Editor’s Pick One thing Myspace doesn’t have that it really, really should? A licensing deal to play music from a slew of major indie labels.
Myspace is unveiling its latest version today with some new features and an iOS app designed to pull in users despite the multitude of other music-focused services already vying for their attention.
Recently revamped social network Myspace is facing accusations that its using music from a handful of small independent labels without permission.
The Japanese electronics giant wants to help manage your content, in addition to selling you hardware.
The once great all-purpose social network Myspace is apparently seeking to raise a $50 million round of funding that will be used to further revamp the site into a streaming music competitor on par with Spotify and Pandora.
Editor’s Pick MySpace might be a joke to many. But it is no laughing matter for Tim and Chris Vanderhook, brothers not grim about the social network’s chances at a full-fledged comeback.
Social network Myspace clarified its future strategy of focusing on music at an advertising event Monday.
Specific Media, the new owner of social networking site Myspace has shifted gears regarding an announcement of the site’s future.
The once popular social network Myspace has scraped plans for its summer press event to show off the revamped music-focused version of the site.
Myspace’s new owner, Specific Media, said Wednesday that Emmy- and Grammy-Award winning artist Justin Timberlake will take an undisclosed stake in the newly acquired company.
Myspace’s parent company News Corp. has sold the social networking site for $35 million to Specific Media, reports All Things Digital.
Myspace’s parent company News Corp. is in the final stages of selling the under-performing social network for $20 – $30 million, reports All Things Digital.