Mark Jung is the new executive chair of OnLive, a company offering cloud gaming services and graphics-rich applications. This appointment coincides with OnLive’s launch of new cloud features.
Jung has extensive experience leading tech companies. He was CEO at Vudu, a provider of digital home entertainment and interactive television services. Before that he was COO of Fox Interactive Media, responsible for all of its internet properties, including MySpace, IGN Entertainment, FoxSports.com, AmericanIdol.com, and Scout Media. Earlier he was the co-founder and CEO of IGN Entertainment, an Internet media and services company for videogaming and other forms of digital entertainment that he took public in 2000, then private in 2003 and later sold to News Corp. Jung also serves on the boards of Right to Play International, WGT Media and the San Francisco Symphony, among others.
A member of the Class of ’82, Jung received a BSE in electrical engineering and computer science. His MBA is from Stanford University. Jung currently serves on the Princeton University School of Engineering and Applied Science Leadership Council.