MySpace Co-Presidents' Not-So-Secret Turnaround Plan

MySpace in USA Today

From USA Today: Facebook thumped it, and Twitter threatens it as a source for entertainment news and real-time searches.But MySpace, nestled in the entertainment capital of the world, thinks it can survive — even thrive — as a repository for all things music, Avatar and Twilight for the under-35 crowd.

“It would be silly to count us out,” says Jason Hirschhorn, who, with Mike Jones, runs the company as co-president.

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