Wednesday, October 27, 2010

A Myspace Revamp Focuses on Entertainment -

Somehow I suspect Facebook is not inclined to cede social entertainment

Mr. Jones said that the more than 120 million Myspace members were primarily using the site to listen to music and share opinions and information about that music, as well as about movies and television shows. The new site will emphasize that content with a simplified service that removes much of the clutter that Myspace was known for, Mr. Jones said.

And Mr. Jones said that Myspace would no longer seek to compete with Facebook, but rather to complement it. “Our focus is social entertainment,” he said. “Niche players have long staying power.”

A Myspace Revamp Focuses on Entertainment -

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