David Eun was one of Google’s key execs when it came to dealings with the music industry – his MidemNet keynote interview last year famously began with the question ‘Why are you trying to screw the labels?’. However, Google’s content partnerships boss is now leaving the company to take up a position as president of AOL Media and Studios. He’ll be in charge of the company’s network of content sites. “David brings an impressive breadth of media experience to AOL at an exciting juncture as AOL forges a new future as a high-scale producer and partner in the content space” says the internal memo from CEO Tim Armstrong. Source: PaidContent

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