By the end of the year, MySpace users will be introduced to a new version of the site. The platform is being reformulated and the professionals who work with it already have access to a beta version.
In an interview with Forbes, brothers Chris and Tim Vanderhook reported that the upgrade will be made available gradually – first to employees, then to artists and, finally, to other users.
They took over MySpace at the end of last year, when News Corp. I wanted to pass it on. They then closed a partnership with singer Justin Timberlake to better direct the product artistically.
The idea with the redesign is to take advantage of the approximately 42 million songs currently available on the platform, focusing on discovering and promoting sounds, according to the The Verge.
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