MySpace sale: The Taiwanese animation

Jun 29, 2011

Dan Primack was a senior editor at Fortune from 2010 to 2016. He was also the author of Term Sheet, Fortune's daily newsletter about deals and dealmakers.

News Corp. finally managed to dump MySpace today, agreeing to sell the troubled social network to Specific Media for a reported $35 million. Beyond rough, given that the Murdoch men paid $580 million for MySpace back in 2005.

Not surprisingly, the deal has gotten the animation treatment from Taiwanese studio NMA (which released it just before the deal was formally announced). Here you go:

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