Stephanie Mitchko Executive Vice President
Global Media Operations & Technology

Stephanie Mitchko is Executive Vice President, Global Media Operations & Technology of AMC Networks.

In her role, Mitchko is responsible for overseeing the company’s global technology and operations across all business units, including leading information technology, media and broadcast operations and content delivery, cybersecurity, supply chain technologies and products and streaming product operations and customer service.

An industry veteran with over 25 years of experience, Mitchko has a proven track record of successfully driving data driven operations and business results and industry-leading evolutionary products across the cable, entertainment and advanced advertising industry. Prior to joining AMC Networks, Mitchko was Executive Vice President and Chief Technology Officer of Charter Communications and Chief Technology Officer and Chief Operating Officer ofCadentTV. Earlier in her career, Mitchko held a number of roles throughout Cablevision, including Senior Vice President of Video Infrastructure Software, overseeing the critical functions of technical product definition, engineering development and architecture around the backend platform for converged consumer media navigation and consumption experience.

A recipient of several industry honors, Mitchko received an Emmy award for Best Interactive Television Platform for Cablevision’s iO Interactive Television ,a Technical Emmy award for Outstanding Achievement in Advanced Media Technology for the Creation of Non-Traditional Programs or Platforms for Cablevision’s iO Interactive Optimum Digital Cable as well as Emmy for Pioneering work in Implementation & Deployment of Network DVR Mitchko has also been named a Multichannel News Wonder Woman and one of Cablefax Magazine’s Most Powerful Women.

Mitchko holds a BS degree in Electrical Engineering from NYU-Poly in New York  and Certificate from the SCTE-Tuck Executive Leadership Program at Dartmouth. She teaches as a guest lecturer at NYU/Stern Graduate School and is a member of the NYU Poly Enterprise Learning Board.