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Levinsohn joins DramaFever board

Ross Levinsohn, the former CEO of Yahoo! and president of Fox Interactive, has joined the board of US video-on-demand site DramaFever.

The digital media veteran, who left his position as CEO at Guggenheim Digital Media last month, has more than 20 years of experience.

He left Yahoo!, where he was executive VP and head of global media, in July 2012, two weeks after missing out on the CEO role to Google’s Marissa Mayer.

He was also MD at Fuse Capital and currently sits on the boards of the Tribune Company, Zefr, Millennial Media and Natpe.

“The digital video space is going through an amazing transformation and DramaFever is on the cutting edge of that change,” said Levinsohn.

“DramaFever built a standalone video business and platform that is growing rapidly and monetising a catalogue of hundreds of premium titles from Asia, Europe and the Americas, with more than 14,000 episodes that reach millions of people each month.”

Founded in 2009, DramaFever claims to be the largest aggregate distributor of non-US content in North America. The site specialises in Asian and Latin content.

The firm also claims its owned and operated properties and syndications channels average 21 million viewers per month.

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