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Tuesday, April 03, 2007

Mark Jung, former COO of MySpace & Fox Interactive

Mark Jung talks about running MySpace in his role as COO of Fox Interactive and the future of user-generated content.

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Mark Jung has spent the last 17 years as a successful internet CEO and entrepreneur. Most recently, at Fox Mark was responsible for the day-to-day operations of all of its properties including MySpace, IGN Entertainment, FoxSports.com, Scout Media, and AmericanIdol.com.

Prior to Fox, Mark was the co-founder and CEO of IGN Entertainment, a leading Internet media and services company for videogaming and other forms of digital entertainment (sold to NewsCorp for $650 million).

In this interview Mark discusses user-generated content, career advice, and skin care products (his sister is CEO of Avon!)

- Nir.


aaron said...

nice interview. most candid i've ever heard him

Ethan B said...

Love your podcasts. The interviews are great but you guys need some help in the audio engineering department big time! I hope I can help.

You could barely hear Craig Newmark [needed some compression]...and then somebody got CRAZY with the noise gate on the Mark Jung interview. He sounds like Max Headroom! Sounds like that one was majorly compressed, too.

I am an audio engineer in Los Angeles, I'd be happy to process your audio files for you. I'm sure I could turn them around in 24hrs 95% of the time.

I'd also be happy to give some general advice.

Best Regards,

Ethan Bauley

ethanbauley at g mail dot com

Kiosco Salo ConcepciĆ³n said...


Un saludo desde ConcepciĆ³n, Chile.