AOL Media appoints ex-Google VP to president

AOL has appointed David Eun as president of AOL Media and Studios, giving him responsibility for the business’s portfolio of over 80 sites and its publishing and video platforms.

Eun joins from Google, where as VP of strategic partnerships he directed global content partnerships for YouTube. Eun replaces previous AOL Media president Bill Wilson and reports to chairman and CEO Tim Armstrong.

His appointment forms part of an ongoing restructure at AOL which is refocusing its business around content and advertising following its spin-off from parent company Time Warner.

The changes have involved AOL reducing its headcount by one-third to reduce costs.

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