Greg Kampanis is Senior Vice President, Content Strategy and Operations for South Park Digital Studios, a joint venture between MTV Networks and Matt Stone & Trey Parker, the creators of the EmmyÆ award winning television show South Park. In his role Greg oversees the business operations and strategy for South Park's global digital business, including websites in eight countries, video gaming, digital applications and goods, as well as new adult animation projects. SouthParkStudios.com has become one of the leading television show websites with more than 35MM videos streamed each month and user visits averaging nearly 40 minutes.
Greg joined South Park in 2009 after playing an instrumental role in the establishment and launch of the South Park Digital Studios joint venture while working as Vice President, Strategy & Business Development for the MTV Networks Entertainment Group. In his role, Greg led strategy and new business development efforts for the Entertainment Group's cable television networks (Comedy Central, Spike & TV Land) and the group's digital properties (Atom and Gametrailers). His responsibilities included mergers & acquisitions, long range term planning and strategy, digital strategy formulation, identifying and developing new revenue opportunities and building relationships with key strategic partners in technology, digital and traditional media. In addition, Greg was responsible for the day-to-day management of the Entertainment Group's download-to-own and syndication businesses.
Prior to MTV Networks, Greg spent more than four years at Comcast's E! Entertainment Television and Style Network as Manager and then Director of Business Development. Greg 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. He was particularly focused on E!'s off-channel businesses including wireless, digital media, home video, radio, syndication and licensing. Before entering the cable industry, Greg spent 3 years with internet consultancy, Proxicom, and before that was a management consultant.