It’s hard to think about social media and not think of Facebook. The social giant is the dominant player in the space and, essentially, serves as the standard that other social networks are based on. For this reason, it’s only natural that people assume any new social network has hopes of being a “Facebook killer.”
The inner workings of MySpace Music – along with a lot of stuff users see – may be in for a significant upgrade. The organization announced today that it’s named Dmitry Shapiro, who earned a degree of fame as the founder and former CEO of Veoh, as its chief technology officer.