In case anyone was wondering, MySpace is still not for sale.
And News Corp. digital chief Jonathan Miller says that any reports that say the contrary are "fabrications," according to a Reuters report.
In fact, a relaunch of the social networking site is in the works for later this year, he said from the Allen & Co. media conference in Sun Valley. It's not the first time we've heard about a makeover for the site, which was once considered the leading social networking site but has since seen its crown taken away by Facebook.
Under last year's leadership of Owen Van Natta, formerly of Facebook fame, the site was supposed to relaunch as a music and entertainment hub.
But, in February, Van Natta stepped down as CEO of the site and Jason Hirschhorn, who was named co-president along with Mike Jones when Van Natta stepped down, left the company last month.
Miller didn't offer any hints about a theme for this next relaunch.