MySpace working on music service: reports
NEW YORK (Reuters) - MySpace, the online social networking site owned by News Corp <NWSa.N>, is in talks with music companies to launch an advertising-supported free music service, according to several reports on Wednesday.
MySpace has approached the four top music labels with plans for the service according to stories in the Wall Street Journal, Financial Times and technology Web site CNET.com.
A MySpace spokesperson was not immediately available for comment.
(Reporting by Yinka Adegok; Editing by Louise Ireland))