The company has reportedly outlined changes following the exit of former CEO Owen Van Natta.
Los Angeles (WiredPRNews.com) – MySpace is reportedly planning a makeover after the exit of former CEO Owen Van Natta last month. As reported by the Associated Press (AP), the company has outlined a series of changes for user features that may enhance its market position among competing social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter.
Co-President Mike Jones, is quoted in the report as stating that the goal for the company is “making sure we return to the consumer zeitgeist.” Jones further noted, “I think we have everything lined up strategically to where it needs to be… It’s about us operationally executing on all of this, keeping pressure on the organization to get refocused on the committed strategy.”
Co-President Jason Hirschhorn is further quoted by the AP as stating of the changes, “The experience that Mike and I and the teams aim to build is such that it’s a complement to your experience on Facebook.”
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