Darren Campo is a producer and media executive, author and Adjunct Professor of Media and Technology at the NYU Stern School of Business.
As a media executive
Darren has overseen programming, development and production for several networks, including
- Food Network and Cooking Channel as head of programming and content strategy
- TruTV and Court TV as Senior Vice President Programming, Production and Development
- CBS Television Stations as Program Manager.
Darren led the programming team for TimeWarner in the creation of TruTV, has overseen production, development, licensing and scheduling for hundreds of shows.
As a bestselling novelist
Darren is the author of numerous novels, including Alex Detail’s Revolution, Alex Detail’s Rebellion, Disappearing Spell and STINGERS.
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As a professor of media and technology
Darren is as an Adjunct Professor in the Entertainment, Media and Technology program at the NYU Stern School of Business, where he teaches “The Business of Producing.” He frequently speaks to media companies on the business and art of storytelling for the global audience.
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