As President of AOL Media and Studios, David Eun oversees AOLâ€™s network of content sites, as well as the SEED.com publishing platform, the StudioNow video platform and AOL's New York City and Los Angeles studios. In this role, Eun is responsible for AOLâ€™s efforts to build one of the strongest large-scale journalistic organizations while becoming the leading publisher of high-quality content and journalism in the world.
Eun joined AOL from Google, where he was responsible for global business development efforts in video, print and local content businesses. In this capacity, he directed sales, business development and management of accounts spanning ad serving technologies, advertising inventory monetization and content partnerships. He most recently oversaw all content acquisition, distribution and business development deals with leading media and technology companies working with YouTube.
Prior to joining Google in 2006, Eun helped to oversee AOL while working at Time Warner as Vice President, Operations for the Media & Communications Group. In this role, he helped provide operational oversight and develop new businesses, particularly in digital distribution and broadband content and services, for AOL, Time Warner Cable and Time, Inc. divisions.
Before joining Time Warner, he was a partner at Arts Alliance, a venture capital firm focused on digital media, information technology and business services, and co-managed the U.S. office.
Eun started his career in media at NBC, where he led some of NBC's first cross-media initiatives involving television programming, the Internet and retail consumer products. He also worked as a management consultant at Bain & Co.
Eun graduated magna cum laude with a major in government from Harvard College
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