Former MySpace CEO Michael Jones Joins La Voz Media Group

Entrepreneur Michael Jones has joined La Voz Media Group's Advisory Board. Mr. Jones an Internet entrepreneur and investor is currently the founder and CEO of Science Inc. in Los Angeles,where he has lived since 1997.

Jones founded, advised, invested and sold numerous businesses, including application platform Userplane, which he led from startup to its acquisition by AOL; Tsavo Media; MoVoxx; People Media; Brizzly; and Myspace. “Deciding to join Yoav and his team was an easy decision, they have an excellent track record for launching successful media enterprises and being one step ahead on the technology front. La Voz already in a short time has gotten the attention of multinational brands which usually take a long time," Jones says.

La Voz Media Group is a fast growing online Spanish language publisher that currently reaches over three million mostly millennial consumers through six digital properties: La Voz Daily, Mujer Daily, Cocina Daily, Viajes Daily, Deportes Daily and Farandula Daily. It produces original and curated culture and lifestyle content for theever growing and vibrant Latino community; engaging the millennial audience in the U.S and throughout Latin America.


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