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Donald Van de Mark DONALD VAN DE MARK
Vice President and Editorial Director

Donald Van de Mark is cofounder, vice president and editorial director of myprimetime, Inc.

From 1995 to July 1999 Van de Mark served as anchor of Moneyweek on CNN, Street Sweep, Biz Buzz, and Entrepreneurs Only on CNNfn. In addition to anchoring the latter three shows, Van de Mark played a key role in creating them and The Media Show and Washington Unwrapped. During his time as a correspondent on The Moneyline Newshour , Van de Mark broke the Aug. 31, 1998, story about the near collapse of the Long Term Capital Management hedge fund.

Before arriving at CNN in August 1995, Van de Mark was director of corporate communications for QVC, serving as deputy to Donald Van de Mark chairman and CEO Barry Diller during the period that QVC attempted takeovers of Paramount Communications and CBS. Prior to his time at QVC, Van de Mark spent nearly 10 years as a business and political news reporter in Washington, D.C. He workedfive years at CNBC covering five Group of Seven economic summits and was nominated for a Cable Ace Award for a three-part series on China.

Donald Van de MarkVan de Mark was also national correspondent for Group W Newsfeed, a consortium of 80 local stations; correspondent and bureau chief for the syndicated television program Today's Business; and correspondent for ESPN's Business Times .

Van de Mark began his television career as a page for CBS in 1981 and his journalism career in New York as a desk assistant for WCBS in 1982. In 1983, Van de Mark moved to ESPN's Business Times , where he served as New York correspondent for a year before joining the Washington, D.C. operations. Van de Mark holds a B.A. in political science from Tufts University.

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