Greg Kampanis is Senior Vice President and General Manager, Digital of Omnia Media, the largest digital-first media company serving a Millennial and Gen Z fan community passionate about gaming culture. Greg oversees development, production, and distribution of Omnia’s owned and operated properties including Arcade Cloud, The Countdown, Wisecrack, and BCC Gaming. These brands produce and distribute animated and live-action programming and podcasts for a gamer audience, reaching nearly 20MM subscribers and 150MM monthly views across social video platforms including YouTube, Snapchat, Facebook, Instagram, and TikTok. Additionally, Greg has spearheaded Omnia’s entry into AVOD OTT with the launch of Arcade Cloud on SamsungTV Plus, Xumo, Roku and TV Player. In addition, Greg supports Omnia’s parent company Blue Ant Media on digital initiatives, including managing AVOD and SVOD products for natural history channel Love Nature and kid’s channel ZooMoo.
Prior to Omnia Media, Greg spent seven years at Viacom, first as Vice President of Strategy and Business Development for Comedy Central and TV Land before moving on to oversee content strategy and operations for South Park Digital Studios, a joint venture between Matt Stone & Trey Parker, the creators of the Emmy® award-winning television show South Park, and MTV Networks. In his role, Greg oversaw business development, operations, and strategy for South Park’s global digital media business, including websites in eight countries, video gaming, mobile applications, and digital goods. While there, Greg played a crucial role in the creation and launch of South Park’s critically acclaimed console game South Park: The Stick of Truth, which sold more than 5 million units. His first foray into digital-first media was at DanceOn the leading music entertainment brand for dance, founded by Madonna. At DanceOn, Greg oversaw development, distribution, and production of digital-first video content, including dance competition series Every Single Step with Nigel Lythgoe, Chachi’s World and Dance Off Juniors.
Before Viacom, Greg spent more than four years in business development at Comcast’s E! Entertainment Television where he was responsible for the development and execution of strategies to extend the network’s brands and drive new revenue growth through strategic alliances, partnerships, acquisitions, and new ventures. Before entering the media industry, Greg spent four years in management and internet consulting.
Greg holds a B.S. from Georgetown University and an MBA from the UCLA Anderson School of Management.