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News Corp releases its first social game Noahs Ark

Rupert Murdoch’s entry into the social game business may not be a Zynga killer yet. But it’s a start. News Corp.’s Making Fun unit is announcing today the launch of Noah’s Ark, a social game on Facebook. The new title

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Myspace on Sale for $100 Million

MySpace, one of biggest social networking sites in 2005 before Facebook rose to dominance is now on sale. Its owners, News Corp, are seeking $100 million and are also expecting bids from various people who may want parts of the

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Myspace might merge with Vevo

News Corporation has held talks about giving up control of Myspace to Vevo, the music video site owned by several of the world’s biggest music labels. (…)In theory News Corp is looking at all possibilities, but insiders say that the

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News Corp is open on its Social Gaming Strategy %96 probably aiming for Internet TVs as Platform

News Corp’s social gaming division Making Fun has no mandate to use the media giant’s products or services – such as the flagging Myspace network – and will be left to build its own partnerships as it looks to make

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News Corp wants to join Social Gaming

Media giant News Corp (NWSA.O) aims to build its own social-gaming business as valuations of games companies, such as FarmVille maker Zynga skyrocket, its head of digital media said on Wednesday. (…) Miller said News Corp’s social-games drive would not

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Myspace about to be sold?

As COO Chase Carey said on a recent earnings call, “The new MySpace has been very well received by the market and we have some very encouraging metrics. But the plan to allow MySpace to reach it’s full potential may

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