MySpace upper echelons get a MakeOver

A shuffling of suits in the upper echelons of MySpace will result in the appointment of former Facebook Owen Van Natta as the CEO of MySpace.

Earlier this week, CEO Chris DeWolfe resigned from his position, and according to the Wall Street Journal, owned like MySpace by Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp, Van Natta will be promoted to the position today.

He will report to former AOL CEO Jon Miller, now the chief digital officer of News Corp and tasked with beefing up MySpace.

Facebook is doing better than MySpace worldwide, and figures show that it is catching up in the USA as well.