Aol's David Eun Puts His Hands Up In the Air Sometimes

Kara Swisher at Boomtown unearthed this video of an autotuned David Eun, Aol’s head of media, singing, “A-O-L, come on let’s go” in a song about the company’s 2010 earnings to the tune of Taio Cruz’s club hit, “Dynamite.”

“We’re making content with a tail that’s long, singing A-O, L, come on let’s go,” he sings in the video, as stats like “video streams up 195% YOY” flash on the screen.

Aol will soon announce its fourth quarter earnings, which are expected to remain weak, Swisher reports.

If Aol’s hurting, Eun didn’t get the memo. Watch him sing about beating the internet, swig from a bottle of whiskey and punch a man in the face (1:10) below, or watch it here.

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