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Yet Another Change At The Top Of MySpace: Co-President Hirschhorn Leaving

And then there was one — at least that’s the scenario now for MySpace, which started its comeback tour last year with Owen Van Natta, Mike Jones and Jason Hirschhorn working as an ungainly trio, tried again with Jones and Hirschhorn as a duo and may now down to Jones as a solo act. paidContent has confirmed that Hirschhorn has resigned as co-president; he told News Corp (NSDQ: NWS). execs he wants to move back to New York full time. TechCrunch first reported the change, saying it would be announced tomorrow but the internal announcement was moved up to this afternoon following the story. It’s roughly four months since Van Natta was ousted and the two were given joint lead of the company, reporting to News Corp.’s Chief Digital Officer Jon Miller. MySpace and News Corp PR have yet to respond to queries..

Just received Miller’s statement: “We fully respect Jason

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