A number of articles recently have focused on MySpace’s declining relevance as a music marketing platform, albeit one that still has major search-engine clout. MySpace Music’s VP of product Roberto Fisher has chosen to respond with a post on Digital Music News, which highlights MySpace’s recent launch of an open fan management platform and open stats platform, as well as distributable song embeds that allow artists’ music to be played elsewhere. But here’s the juiciest bit: “We even recently met with the Facebook team to talk about unique ways we could work together which truly benefit bands and the fans that are on the Facebook platform.” Intriguing.

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