Jason Hirschhorn is the former co-president of MySpace. He was named co-president of MySpace along with Michael Jones on February 10, 2010. Hirschhorn was previously the company’s chief product officer.
Hirschhorn’s entry into the tech world came in 1995 when as a student he started the website design firm Mischief New Media. The company focused on building sites for major label artists. 5 years later he sold the company to MTV Networks and joined their company. He eventually became the network’s Chief Digital Officer, and the youngest senior executive in MTV Networks history. At MTV, Hirschhorn was responsible for the company’s digital media businesses and interactive strategy.
After MTV, he transitioned to the president of Sling Media’s Entertainment Group, where he led the introduction of Sling’s video anywhere device. (from Wikipedia)