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The Rumors Were Right – Jason Kilar’s Heading Out the Door

The Rumors Were Right – Jason Kilar’s Heading Out the Door

The rumor mill has been in over­drive regard­ing Hulu CEO Jason Kilar’s future since the end of sum­mer, but now the sus­pi­cions can be put to bed after he announced his depar­ture from Hulu. This may mean that new oppor­tu­ni­ties open up for those look­ing for media jobs. Kilar, who has held posts at NBC Uni­ver­sal and was pre­vi­ous­ly SVP of World­wide Appli­ca­tion Soft­ware at Amazon.com Inc where he was respon­si­ble for Amazon’s Mar­ket­place, will take his leave of the com­pa­ny he has helped grow from an indus­try joke (Hulu was, at one time, referred to by many as Clown­Co), to a busi­ness that can holds its own against the giants of movie and TV stream­ing, Net­flix and Ama­zon. Hulu raked in near­ly $700 mil­lion in rev­enue last year and Kilar, who has con­firmed he will leave the com­pa­ny in Q1 of 2013, will miss out on the launch of the Hulu Plus App. Hulu – A Com­pli­cat­ed Mix Although spec­u­la­tion sur­round­ing Kilar’s life-expectan­­cy at Hulu was rife back in August, many believe the process actu­al­ly start­ed in the Fall, when Prov­i­dence Equity’s stake was bought out by Hulu’s oth­er own­ers Com­cast, News Corp and Dis­ney. The trans­ac­tion allowed Kilar…

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What’s Next For Ross?

Ross Levinsohn

Things nev­er stay still in the hurly-burly that is dig­i­tal media, and just this week Yahoo announced that inter­im CEO Ross Levin­sohn is set to walk fol­low­ing the appoint­ment of Google’s Maris­sa May­er. This is the sec­ond time he has been passed over for the top job. Fol­low­ing the sack­ing of Scott Thomp­son, now firm­ly ensconced at shop­ping net­work Shoprun­ner, Levin­sohn was asked to step into the breech and over­see con­tent cre­ation, engi­neer­ing and strat­e­gy. He led adver­tis­ing sales and con­tent, he also won praise for bro­ker­ing part­ner­ships with Clear Chan­nel, Spo­ti­fy and, most impor­tant­ly, Face­book. Levin­sohn also man­aged a deal with Chi­nese e‑commerce firm Ali Baba Group Hold­ing that would see the com­pa­ny buy  back a stake in itself and earn Yahoo $6.3 bil­lion in cash and up to $800 mil­lion in pre­ferred stock. Tak­ing all of the above into account, it seems like­ly he will not be left on the shelf for long. How­ev­er, in the ever-more inces­tu­ous world of the search engine, where CEOs and execs seem to skip effort­less­ly between the giants, what does this lat­est move actu­al­ly mean for the sec­tor and where might Levin­sohn end up? Strug­gling Search Engines Yahoo will undoubt­ed­ly now be…

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A New Future For Yahoo? What’s The Deal With Marissa Mayer?

Yahoo

Five chief execs in three years is not a stat to be proud of, but has Yahoo found the answer to its busi­ness woes in the shape of new CEO and Google turn­coat Maris­sa May­er? The tur­bu­lence expe­ri­enced by Yahoo over the past few years looks set to con­tin­ue a lit­tle while longer after the sur­prise appoint­ment of for­mer Google exec May­er as its new CEO. While most peo­ple could be for­giv­en for think­ing that this time the job might land in the lap of long-suf­fer­­ing inter­im CEO Ross Levin­sohn, it seems the board had oth­er ideas. As May­er walked in the door, Levin­sohn walked out. With­out the expe­ri­ence and con­tact book of Levin­sohn its felt that May­er might strug­gle to make her mark – par­tic­u­lar­ly as she lacks the adver­tis­ing know-how of her pre­de­ces­sor and that cer­tain­ly seems to be where the sector’s head­ed. Unique and inno­v­a­tive prod­ucts are great, but you need to make mon­ey to devel­op them and that’s where the adver­tis­ing dol­lars count. Indus­try Expe­ri­ence No one can deny that May­er has the cre­den­tials. She was one of only 20 employ­ees when she joined Google in 1999 as their first female engi­neer and dur­ing her tenure…

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