/// Exclusive: Could Jon Miller’s Digital Future at News Corp. Include a New Investment Fund?
One of the issues that seem to have gotten lost in the complex transaction that will ultimately break apart News Corp. into two separate entities — an entertainment company and a publishing one — is the fate of its overall digital strategy in the new paradigm. That arena for the media behemoth is now being headed by Jon Miller, the longtime Internet exec and investor, who was hired by the media giant in 2009 as chief digital officer to lead its tech and online initiatives. His job has encompassed everything from his failed effort to revive its once mighty Myspace property to selling it and other properties off to working on its Hulu partnership. Miller has also been active in China, looking for digital investment opportunities for News Corp.
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Exclusive: Could Jon Miller’s Digital Future at News Corp. Include a New Investment Fund?