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Tim Vanderhook
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    Former Employee - Support Representative in Beverly Hills, CA
    Former Employee - Support Representative in Beverly Hills, CA

    I worked at MySpace

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    Pros

    Still a good environment to work
    Lots of opportunities for growth
    Lots of focus to grow the company
    Myspace won't be what it was, for better or for worse, but new direction is good

    Cons

    Management was not the best, but getting better
    Would like to be updated more on specific direction
    Pay can be better but satisfied overall

    Advice to Management

    Be more visible.

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Website www.myspace.com
Headquarters Beverly Hills, CA
Size 500 to 999 Employees
Acquired By Specific Media
Founded 2003
Type Company - Private
Industry Media
Revenue $100 to $500 million (USD) per year

Don't want people getting all up in your space? Then maybe you shouldn't join Myspace. The company operates Myspace.com, a social networking site with some 35 million users. As a result of stiff competition from rival Facebook (with its 500 million users), in 2010 the company shifted away from providing general social networking services, adopting a strategy of what it calls "social entertainment" -- music and video content sharing for a younger "Gen Y" audience (aged 13 to 35). Such efforts were deemed too little too late for former parent company News Corp, which sold... More

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