Is MySpace still around?

What is Myspace called now?

Where is MySpace now? First off, it’s no longer called MySpace—it’s now Myspace (lowercase “s”). Down to about 200 employees, Myspace announced in November of 2013 that it would lay off 5% of its workforce.

Does my old Myspace account still exist?

We’ve transferred photos over for all classic/old Myspace accounts. You can find them in the Mixes section of your profile. … Unfortunately, if you cannot locate your old profile we will be unable to assist with retrieval since the old Myspace was never transferred to the new Myspace.

Who still uses Myspace?

MySpace currently has an active user base of roughly 50.6 million[1] (as of January 23rd, 2015). At its peak in December, 2008 MySpace was home to 75.9 million active users[2].

When did Myspace shut down?

At the beginning of 2011, in January, Myspace (via News Corp) led go of another 600 employees, which was widely considered the final nail to its coffin.

Is Myspace coming back?

Officially, however, Myspace is far from dead. If you go to myspace.com, you’ll see that it is very much still alive, though it has mostly transitioned away from social networking to become a curated music and entertainment site. As of 2019, the site boasted over 7 million monthly visits.

Who bought Myspace from Tom?

Anderson sold Myspace to News Corp in 2005 for $580 million.

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