×
You will be redirected back to your article in seconds

Conde Nast Taps Vice Media’s Anthony Galloway as Digital Video Executive Producer

Anthony Galloway is leaving Vice Media to join Condé Nast Entertainment as executive producer of programming for digital video.

Galloway starts at CNE on March 6, reporting to senior VP of programming Croi McNamara, the former head of video at Upworthy who just joined the company herself last month. In this role, Galloway will create, develop and manage digital video content inspired by the company’s iconic brands.

As an executive producer at Brooklyn-based Vice, he oversaw development of video content across multiple platforms and launched series focused spanning music, sports, food, fashion and technology. Prior to Vice, Galloway was a supervising producer at NBC News, where he oversaw production of original digital, short-form and magazine content for “Today,” “NBC Nightly News,” “Dateline” and NBCNews.com.

Galloway began his career in production at Fox Television Stations in L.A. before joining NBC. In 2010, he was part of the team that won a News and Documentary Emmy Award for breaking news coverage on a regular newscast for the “NBC Nightly News” report on the US Airways emergency landing on New York’s Hudson River.

“Anthony is an Emmy-winning producer with extensive experience creating engaging content for all platforms,” McNamara said in a statement. “His creative vision and deep understanding of how to program to next generation audiences will be invaluable to CNÉ as we continue to innovate and push the boundaries of our storytelling.”

CNÉ produces more than 5,000 individual pieces of original digital content per year. In December 2016, according to comScore, the publisher notched 318 million views, up 37% year-over-year. (Disclosure: Variety is a partner for CNE’s The Scene digital video service.)

More Digital

  • Chinese Tech Firm Huawei Seeks Content

    Beleaguered Chinese Tech Firm Huawei Seeks Content for Expansion Into Southeast Asia

    One of the most surprising first-time attendees at FilMart is Chinese tech giant Huawei, which has come to Hong Kong to acquire the video content it needs to support its strategy of expansion into Southeast Asia. The company is currently embroiled in a PR nightmare as it defends itself against accusations that its equipment could [...]

  • Canadian Animation Shop Guru Studio Makes

    Canadian Animation Shop Guru Studio Makes Moves in China

    Guru Studio, an award-winning Canadian animation studio, is exploring the possibility of opening an office in Hong Kong or mainland China. The Toronto-based company is keen to get a slice of China’s animation market, which has been growing quickly. Louise Jones, Guru vice president of finance and business affairs, said at a FilMart panel discussion [...]

  • Netflix's Newest Interactive Animated Kids Show

    Netflix Announces New Interactive Animated Kids Show 'Battle Kitty'

    Netflix is doubling down on interactive content for kids. The streaming service announced a new interactive animated show on Tuesday dubbed “Battle Kitty” from Matt Layzell. The company didn’t share a premiere date for the show yet. “Netflix has given me the incredible opportunity to help change how young people see themselves,” said Layzell. “Like [...]

  • stream march madness 2019 online free

    NCAA Tournament: How to Stream March Madness Online

    The rankings are in, and the 68-team field is set. March Madness is officially upon us, and if you want to catch the action from home, from the office, or on-the-go, there are a couple ways to stream March Madness online for free. The first game kicks off today, and the tournament runs until April [...]

  • Google Stream Detailed, Named Stadia

    Google's Stadia Aims to Turn Any Screen Into a Powerful Gaming Console

    Stadia is Google’s game streaming service that is designed to let you play high-end games on most modern screens — be they phone, laptop, tablet, computer or TV — with very little download time and no loss of fidelity, the company announced Tuesday at the Game Developers Conference. The service is launching in 2019. Cost [...]

  • Amazon Focused on Building the Game

    Amazon Focused on Building the Game Industry's Digital Infrastructure

    While most of the discussion around Amazon’s presence in the game industry revolves around their scattershot game projects and rumored cloud gaming platform, the tech giant has been far more involved in building the backend infrastructure for major games. Companies like Square Enix and Zynga both use Amazon Games Tech, Amazon’s portfolio of services that [...]

  • patreon logo

    Patreon Launches Tiered Pricing for Creators, Introduces Rates for Micropayments

    Membership services platform Patreon is growing up: The company announced Tuesday that it is moving away from its one-size-fits-all pricing model for creators, introducing two new tiers in the process. In addition, Patreon is also standardizing its payment processing fees, and introducing a new dedicated rate for small-donor transactions. Patreon’s cut of the membership fees [...]

More From Our Brands

Access exclusive content