Mark Jung

Executive Chairman

Mark brings 25 years of executive leadership experience in interactive media, mobile and enterprise applications. Mark came to OnLive from Khosla Ventures, where he was an operating partner. Prior to Khosla, Mark was the CEO of Vudu, a leading provider of digital home entertainment and interactive television services.

Prior to Vudu, Mark was co-founder and CEO of IGN, which he built into a digital entertainment powerhouse. After taking the company public in 2000 and then private in 2003, Mark led IGN’s sale for over $650 million to NewsCorp, the parent company of Fox Interactive Media in 2005. Subsequently, he was the COO of Fox Interactive Media (FIM), where he was responsible for all of its Internet properties including MySpace, IGN Entertainment,,, and Scout Media. Before launching IGN, he founded Worldtalk, an Internet security and directory services company, which he took public in 1996. Mark began his career at McKinsey and Company, where he provided strategic and operational advice to a wide variety of clients in the technology industry.

Mark holds an MBA from Stanford Business School and a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from Princeton University. He is a member of the Leadership Council of the Princeton University School of Engineering and Applied Science, and is also a Director of Right to Play and the League of American Orchestras.