Greg Lipstone is stepping down as president of Propagate Content after three years in the position, according to a report first published by Variety on Monday (Sept. 20).
The former All3Media America CEO joined Propagate, a Los Angeles-based indie studio and producer, in September 2018. Lipstone joined as the company was planning to expand its global production, distribution and digital divisions, after co-CEOS Howard T. Owens and Ben Silverman founded the company in 2015.
While working at Propagate, Lipstone served as an executive producer on TBS’ The Go Big Show and the upcoming NBC series The American Song Contest.
Prior to joining All3Media America, Lipstone was a founding partner at ICM Partners where he shepherded the agency’s international media and TV department. He was responsible for packaging hits like Dancing With the Stars, Hell’s Kitchen, Undercover Bosss, Top Gear and Who Wants to be a Millionaire. Lipstone also worked at the William Morris Agency for 21 years before that, becoming the agency’s network TV department head in 2004.
“We would like to thank Greg for his many contributions over the past three years. Greg made a real impact during his tenure with Propagate. We will miss him and wish him the best,” said Silverman and Owens in a statement.