MySpace sees future in entertainment for under-35 set

03/10/2010 | USA Today

MySpace, which has lost ground to social-media rivals Facebook and Twitter, believes it can regain its mojo by honing its niche as a social portal for music, movies and TV for those under 35. "There is a pulse of pop culture on MySpace," said Jason Hirschhorn, the site's co-president. "It is the place where 100 million people congregate, and hundreds of thousands sign up every day."

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