After a dispute that had MySpace blocking Photobucket slideshows from the site, the two parties have resolved the issue, reports the Associate Press.
While details on the arrangement have not been made public, Photobucket content is once again able to be added to MySpace profiles. MySpace had blocked Photobucket content because of a Spider-Man 3 themed slideshow presentation. That presentation, MySpace said, violated its terms of service.
Photobucket head Alex Welch says that lines of communication have now been established between the two companies that should prevent such sudden and drastic actions in the future. Photobucket also says it will continue to pursue ad deals.
Source: Marketing VOX