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Digital Media Wire : List of top "25 Executives to Watch in Digital Entertainment”


See the list at Digital insider : . if you are too eager the list is here, and I still feel you should read the Digital Media Wire article to get more context.


  1. · Ali and Hadi Partovi, Founders, iLike
  2. · Amit Kapur, COO, MySpace
  3. · Brent Weinstein, CEO, 60 Frames
  4. · Chamath Palihapitiya, VP of Growth, Mobile & International, Facebook
  5. · Chris Di Cesare, Head of Marketing, YouTube
  6. · Craig Sherman, CEO, Gaia Online
  7. · David Verklin, CEO, Canoe Ventures
  8. · Dick Glover, CEO, Funny or Die Networks
  9. · Dina Kaplan, Co-Founder & COO,
  10. · Ian Rogers, CEO, Topspin
  11. · Jason Kilar, CEO, Hulu
  12. · Jill Braff, SVP, Global Publishing, Glu Mobile
  13. · John Edwards, CEO, Move Networks
  14. · Julie Shumaker, SVP, Worldwide Sales, GM, Core Games Group, Double Fusion
  15. · Karin Gilford, SVP Fancast & Online Entertainment, Comcast Interactive
  16. · Kyra Reppen SVP & GM, Neopets, MTV Networks
  17. · Lynda Clarizio, President, AOL’s Platform-A
  18. · Matt Palmer, EVP & GM, Stardoll
  19. · Max Levchin, Founder & CEO, Slide, and Co-Founder, Paypal
  20. · Min Kim, VP of Marketing, Nexon America
  21. · Owen Van Natta, CEO, Playlist
  22. · Steve Jang, CMO & Head of Business Development, imeem
  23. · Suranga Chandratillake, CEO & Founder, blinkx
  24. · Teemu Huuhtanen, President, N.A., Sulake
  25. · Tim Westergren, Chief Strategy Officer & Founder, Pandora


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