Following reports that News Corporation was seeking to replace MySpace CEO Chris DeWolfe, the company has confirmed that “by mutual agreement” DeWolfe will be leaving the company in the near future, although he’ll still be involved as a strategic advisor. News Corp’s new chief digital officer Jonathan Miller has also said that he’s “in discussions” with MySpace president (and everyone’s first MySpace friend) Tom Anderson about “assuming a new role in the organisation”.So who will get DeWolfe’s job? Former Facebook COO Owen Van Natta is the subject of most chatter among Silicon Valley blogs, despite the fact that he only joined Project Playlist relatively recently as its CEO.

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