RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

MySpace

A collection of news and information related to MySpace published by this site and its partners.

Top MySpace Articles

Displaying items 89-99
  • L.A. Unheard: 11 bands to watch in 2011

     
    In a time when new music moves so fast that it feels like we should already be talking about 2012’s hot young bands, here are 11 of our picks to watch in 2011 – a few new names and some more recognizable locals primed to take their sounds to new...
  • Digital DIY music platform Bandcamp finds its footing with artists like Amanda Palmer, Sufjan Stevens and RJD2 [Updated]

     
    After six years, a handful of albums and one censorship controversy, Amanda Palmer wanted a way to call her own shots after splitting with Roadrunner Records in April. After she claimed the label sought to cut or alter shots of......
  • MySpace poised for massive layoffs

     
    Struggling social network MySpace is poised to lay off about half its staff, spurring speculation that it may be radically reducing overhead to prepare for a sale. The News Corp.-owned site is expected to cut 50% of its 1,100 employees......
  • CityVille passes FarmVille as most played game on Facebook

     
    In just over a month, CityVille has passed FarmVille as the most popular application on Facebook. Over the last 30 days about 69 million people have played CityVille, compared to about 57 million FarmVille. Both games are made by Zynga, a San Francisco...
  • Ann Mather named to head MGM board of directors; Jeff Gaspin may join as well

     
    Ann Mather, former chief financial officer of Pixar Animation Studios, has been named to the board of directors of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, the company confirmed Thursday. The entertainment industry veteran, who is also on the boards of Netflix and Google,...
  • MGM emerges from bankruptcy after raising $500 million, considers NBC's Jeff Gaspin for final board seat

     
    Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer's long nightmare is over. The studio, which 18 months ago began seeking a way to escape a crippling debt load that reached $5 billion, has exited bankruptcy with new owners and new chief executives. MGM's reorganization plan that...
  • Weinsteins partner with new Miramax to produce sequels to films including 'Shakespeare in Love'

     
    Bob and Harvey Weinstein are back in business with Miramax Films. The independent film mogul brothers, who earlier this year lost out on a bid to buy back from Walt Disney Co. the specialty label they founded, have signed a......
  • MySpace, Google renew search and advertising deal

     
    MySpace and Google Inc. have renewed and expanded their search and advertising relationship under a long-term deal that no longer assures the social network lucrative guaranteed payments, according to a person familiar with the matter. Google will...
  • The women of Warpaint go for unbroke

     
    Their atmospheric guitar rock has taken a while to catch on, but now at least one music publication has labeled them 'the new queens of the underground.' After nearly six years on the local scene, Warpaint had little to its......
  • This weekend's concert picks: MNDR, People Under the Stairs, Warpaint

     
    Friday: MNDR at the Echos Yes, MNDR's Amanda Warner is another cute, 80's-cribbing electro-pop songstress. But what separates Brooklyn resident Warner (and bandmate Peter Wade) from fellow synth lovers like La Roux, besides the Atlantic ocean, is a...
  • San Francisco start-up Skyara aims to be the Etsy, Airbnb, Meetup and Groupon of experiences

     
    Skyara wants to turn you into a weekend warrior. Or cappuccino maker. Or blogger. Or mountain biker. Think of Skyara as a marketplace for experiences: Hatha yoga, making balloon animals, becoming "remarkable." (Seriously want to sign up for that one)........