Category: GEMA, GEMA Talks

Title:GEMA Talks Series – Tony Thomopoulos (F ’59), CEO of Thomopoulos Productions

GEMA TALKS interviews renowned entertainment executive Tony Thomopoulos (F ’59).

From working in the mailroom at a New York advertising company to serving as President of ABC Broadcast Group, this Hoya has had an amazing career influencing groundbreaking television and film. Learn how he navigated his career through building relationships and taking risks. Watch Now!

Founder of Thomopoulos Productions and Morning Light Productions, Anthony D. Thomopoulos occupies the position of Chief Executive Officer for Thomopoulos Productions.

He is also on the board of Genius Brands International, Inc. and Member of National Hellenic Society and Founding Partner of Morning Light Productions.

From late 1991 to early 1995, he was President of Amblin Television, a division of Amblin Entertainment. He was responsible for the original placement of NBC’s highly acclaimed program ER, in addition to several other successful series on network television.

In 1995, Thomopoulos joined International Family Entertainment, Inc. (IFE). His responsibilities included all aspects of programming for The Family Channel. He was named CEO of MTM Entertainment, Inc., a subsidiary of IFE, and was also responsible for all aspects of MTM Television and MTM Distribution.

Thomopoulos was Chairman and CEO of Media Arts Group a NYSE company from June 2001 to January 2004. He is currently founder and partner in Morning Light Productions. Thomopoulos holds a degree in Foreign Service from Georgetown University.