Former *AOL* head Jonathan Miller told Forbes that Velocity Interactive, the VC firm he founded with Ross Levinsohn, wasn't a "parking spot" for him until he found another big corporate jobbut that didn't stop his name from being bandied about during Yahoo's search for its new CEO (or an outright takeover). But Miller has reportedly landed an even meatier position: he'll be heading up digital at *News Corp*., replacing Peter Levinsohn, who currently heads up *FIM*. Nikke Finke broke the news, which AllThingsD confirmed.
It's bigger than just FIM: As Chief Digital Officer, Miller will oversee all of News Corp.'s digital properties worldwide, reporting directly to Rupert Murdoch. Meanwhile, Levinsohn will move into a new role, overseeing the digital and mobile distribution efforts of News Corp.'s film and TV studios. More to come.
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By Tameka Kee