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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.


AB said...

nice interview. most candid i've ever heard him

Ethan Bauley 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.