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Geoff Campbell, Senior Vice President, Universal Music Group


Mr. Campbell has spent his career in digital media, having witnessed and led many industry disruptions.


In his role at Universal Music Group, Mr. Campbell is part of the leadership team developing new audio visual products that leverage the intellectual property of the world’s largest music company.


Prior to Universal, Mr. Campbell founded AllSay, a news app that was acquired by Portland Based NewsBeat Social (now United News International) in 2015.  

In 2010, Campbell joined Echostar Corporation, a service company to cable, satellite and telecom operators and sister company to DISH Network, where he helped launched SlingTV, the first OTT linear TV service in the US. 


In 2006, Campbell opened the Los Angeles office of Sony DADC, where he led major studio manufacturing relationships for Sony’s Blu-Ray format during the HD-DVD vs Blu-Ray format war.  


Prior to DADC, Campbell was the Vice President of Business Development for Sony Connect in Los Angeles, Sony’s original foray into digital music. 


Before Sony, Campbell worked as a Senior Associate at iFormation Group in New York, a 3-way private equity joint venture between Goldman Sachs, General Atlantic Partners and the Boston Consulting Group (“BCG”), focused on technology spin outs from Fortune 500 companies. 


Campbell started his career as a Consultant with BCG in Toronto.


Campbell graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Commerce from Queen’s University in Canada and currently lives in Los Angeles, California with his wife Kristin and two children.