MySpace names UK managing director

June 2006
Campaign;6/23/2006, Issue 25, p7
Trade Publication
The article reports that MySpace, the community-based social networking Web site, has appointed David Fischer as its managing director for Great Britain and Europe. He will be responsible for all of MySpace's operations in Europe as the company looks to expand its reach across the continent. MySpace, which was bought last year by News Corporation for $580 million, integrates web profiles, blogs, messaging, music streaming, videos and photo galleries. Fischer was the founder and chief executive of the Xlantic Group, which develops business models in the production and marketing of web-based music and other media.


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