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a:c Exclusive: Michael O’Donnell out at BitPass?

March 11, 2005

A tipster tells us that Michael O’Donnell, the former CEO of Salon and the current CEO of BitPass, is “looking for a job.” This report is unconfirmed, but we believe our mole has cred.
“Looking for a job” can mean many things, so we’ll be interested to see how this one unfolds. O’Donnell has been with BitPass for less than a year. He was appointed last April.
Here’s O’Donnell’s bio:
Michael O’Donnell, Chief Executive Officer
Michael has spent the last 18 years in a variety of startups, mid tier and larger, publicly traded companies in both the media and consumer technology industries. Before BitPass, O’Donnell was President and Chief Executive Officer of Salon Media Group, a publicly traded Internet media company based in San Francisco, California. At Salon, O’Donnell grew revenues four consecutive years and signed over 500 corporate sponsors. He also negotiated content licensing agreements with major television studios, such as NBC/Bravo and HBO, and pioneered Internet paid subscription models. He was also a founding board member of the Online Publishers Association.
Read: 07 Apr 2004 – BitPass Appoints Michael O’Donnell as New CEO [BitPass.com]
Read: BitPass Profile – [a:c]

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2 Comments leave one →
  1. June 20, 2006 10:45 am

    Edmonton dominated the Carolina Hurricanes on Saturday night and the 4-0 margin in Game 6 makes it hard to imagine the Oilers not hoisting hockey’s Holy Grail above their heads in less than 48 hours. And it would not come as any shock to see defenseman Chris Pronger, who had another 31-minute night, take the honors for the Conn Smythe Trophy as the playoff MVP.

  2. June 21, 2006 5:45 am

    Edmonton dominated the Carolina Hurricanes on Saturday night and the 4-0 margin in Game 6 makes it hard to imagine the Oilers not hoisting hockey’s Holy Grail above their heads in less than 48 hours. And it would not come as any shock to see defenseman Chris Pronger, who had another 31-minute night, take the honors for the Conn Smythe Trophy as the playoff MVP.

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