June 15, 2013
New Myspace takes it back to the future | The Japan Times
NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE – Tim and Chris Vanderhook think Myspace had it right — at one point. And they believe they’ve revived and improved that formula for success as the revamped first titan of social media debuts its latest incarnation.
The Vanderhooks unveiled the new Myspace.com on June 12, revealing a site focused on entertainment that combines social networking with streaming music. There are new features aimed at helping musicians, writers and other artists connect with their followers, an app and a radio function.
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