Yesterday, we tweeted a preview of the new Myspace, brought to us by investor/musician/actor/former boy band member Justin Timberlake. Today, Black Enterprise takes a look at the way that the revamped social network will change things for music marketing.
The sneak peek was really just that — a glimpse of what’s in store at the new Myspace, which will have a focus on music and other forms of entertainment. According to the Black Enterprise story, there are a few areas where we can already see the impact the new service will have on the music industry.
“MySpace’s easy-to-use music player became a hit with fans and artists alike. Not only can you create a playlist of your own music in this latest version, but you can access over 42 million songs in the MySpace library, opening up infinite possibilities to express your musical style,” the article says.
To learn about the other ways that Myspace promises to change music, visit BlackEnterprise.com.