Murdoch, Google in new talks

  • Social networking website MySpace wants to expand its commercial relationship with Google, after the internet search giant snapped up online video sharing site YouTube, according to a report in the Wall Street Journal.

    The report said that Google chief executive Eric Schmidt and advertising sales vice president Tim Armstrong were expected to meet this week with executives from MySpace owner News Corporation, including chairman Rupert Murdoch, to discuss new ways of working together.

    Read the complete story here. (Australian IT)

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