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MySpace Music continues its slow death

Written by Andre Yoskowitz @ 24 Feb 2011 10:01 User comments (1)

MySpace Music continues its slow death According to new data from ComScore, MySpace Music continues its slow death spiral, falling behind relative "newcomer" Pandora in traffic.
MySpace attracted 44.8 million unique visitors in the United States in January, down 36 percent year-over-year, with MySpace Music seeing 17 million unique visitors, down 46 percent in the same time frame.

Pandora, which continues to see strong growth, moved up to 20.3 million monthly unique visitors.

Furthermore, MySpace Music president Courtney Holt, after two years on the job.

Holt will "be moving from being the President of Myspace Music to becoming a key advisor to both Myspace and Newscorp. Courtney will provide guidance on the strategic direction of Myspace Music and lend his incredible depth of experience, industry expertise and creativity to Myspace and Myspace Music."

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125.2.2011 17:38

Myspace is dying a very slow death... It's a shame that the crippled new version of myspace is now forced upon users, they might be able to retain some of their fanbase if they would allow people to choose which version of myspace they want...

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