Chairman and CEO of Hip Hop on Demand
Will Griffin is a media entrepreneur. Griffin’s projects have won numerous awards including two NAACP Image Awards (Run’s House and Bishop TD Jakes’ Woman Thou Art Loosed: The Movie) and the IAB/Brandweek Mixx Silver Award for Interactive Television for Hip Hop OnDemand. Hip Hop On Demand is the industry’s only African-American owned Video-on-demand channel and is currently available in over 30 Million homes on Comcast and other cable systems. Griffin is also the author of the Harvard Report on Urban Music and was the Editor-in-Chief of the Black Praxis at Dartmouth College where he engaged in editorial debates with the Dartmouth Review. Griffin was also a nationally acclaimed debater and member of Dartmouth College’s top-ranked debate squad. He is a graduate of Harvard Law School and Dartmouth College.