According to Chris and Tim Vanderhook, the bosses of Specific Media, which acquired MySpace from News Corp. last year while talking with Forbes told that the social networking site MySpace is ready to inhale the next iteration – the major makeover stage – which is already currently in beta testing stage, and which according to duo will be public later this year first for artists and followed by to the public. The new focus will on site’s music discovery and promotion – although they do have a huge 42 million songs available on the service. The site even partnered with Justin Timberlake also so as to give strength to music engagement. What’s more to believe after all it is a time to have and get a change – a makeover.
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