Morgan Stone

Morgan Stone

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Stone has been a pioneer in the mainstream growth of the Action Sports World. By the age of 25, he had co-created/produced/edited “Kids In The Way,” the first action sports and music lifestyle series in ESPN’s history, and the first multi-sport half-pipe tour for Six-Flags/Time Warner (the blueprint for the X-Games).

Stone later served as a creative consultant, producer, and editor for the winter and summer X-Games, the MTV Sports & Music Festivals, and national commercial clients including AT&T and Mountain Dew.

In 2000, Stone was recruited to organize, manage and operate 900 Films for Tony Hawk, and served as president until 2004. At 900 Films, Stone produced many successful entertainment projects, including ESPN’s first reality-based series “Tony Hawk’s Gigantic Skatepark Tour” which ran for 3 years on ESPN, co-created and directed Tony Hawk’s “Boom-Boom Huck Jam” national arena tour, and served as Executive Producer for Warner Brothers theatrically released 2003 feature film “Grind.”

From 2004-2012, Stone worked as a Freelance Producer, Creative Director, and Consultant for numerous corporate, commercial and entertainment clients. Developing and producing television shows, music videos, social campaigns, Esports leagues, and award winning Ad campaigns for clients such as: Blizzard, Red Bull, Snoop Dogg, MTV, ESPN, Burton, and Green Valley Ranch / Red Rock Casino properties. Stone has created a very well rounded skill set, portfolio of clients, and proven ability to work with high profile talent.

In 2013, Stone was recruited to Berlin, Germany and tasked with designing and building a live-streaming TV quality studio, capable of producing daily content focused on professional eSports. It successfully launched in 2014 producing 2 hours of daily eSport related gaming content with over 6 million views in the first 3 months.

In 2016, Stone returned stateside to work as in-house executive producer at Red Bull Media House to run the US side of a new daily “magazine-style” episodic, showcasing the programming airing on the new 24 hr. RBTV network.