With half of MySpace’s staff getting the sack following the buyout by Specific Media, will Justin Timberlake’s upcoming “MySpace exclusive” score a home run with end-users, or fail to get past first base?
Digital media company Specific Media has bought ailing social networking site MySpace from News Corporation, and Emmy and Grammy winning artist Justin Timberlake will take an ownership stake and play a major role in developing the creative direction and strategy for the company.
New Myspace made its debut back in September (when it made our own Drew Olanoff “want to hurl”) but the redesign has only been available to limited beta participants before now. Today, the next-generation version of the site is open to all, with registration possible using either your existing Myspace account, Facebook credentials or signing up as a brand new user.
Ok, folks, dust off your old web browsers, because Myspace is teasing a brand new design! Yes, the Justin Timberlake-backed whatever-it-is-now has slapped a new coat of paint on something that has already been sold and pushed to the side of the road.
Here’s a video demo of what to expect, since you clearly log in daily just to see what’s new:
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The icon on the left represents iOS’s music app. The icon on the right is for a now-shuttered Myspace service called iLike. Apple introduced the Music app to iOS in 2011. iLike was founded in 2006, granted its trademark 2008, acquired by Myspace in 2009 and then shutdown earlier this year.