MySpace and Facebook Planning to Make Joint Announcement on Thursday

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Word broke late Wednesday night that Facebook and MySpace will present a joint announcement Thursday afternoon--and it's left the tech blogosphere scratching its collective head.

Multiple media outlets are reporting that Facebook and MySpace have sent out invitations to a joint announcement Webcast to take place Thursday, November 18 at 12PM Pacific time. The invitation specifies that MySpace CEO Mike Jones and Facebook Vice President of Partnerships and Platform Marketing Dan Rose will be on hand to announce, well, something.

Reading between the lines, the fact that Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg won't be on-hand pretty much rules out any possibility of a merger between the two companies. What does seem possible, though, is that MySpace could be planning to adopt the Facebook apps platform--a hypothesis echoed by Mashable--or perhaps somerthing ad-related.

In either case, we'll find out soon enough. We'll continue to follow this story and will update this story if we find out anything more leading up to the announcement.

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