Andrew Glassman founded Glassman Media in 2001 following his successful career as an Emmy Award-winning investigative broadcast journalist, during which he appeared on-air on NBC News, CNBC, MSNBC, WCAU and WNBC.
Glassman Media is an independent Los Angeles-based international television production company whose credits include network primetime dating, competition, self-improvement and game formats. Adaptation of Glassman Media original formats have been done in territories around the world.
Glassman’s serves as executive producer on NBC’s hit game show “The Wall,” which is a collaboration between SpringHill Entertainment and Glassman Media with LeBron James, Maverick Carter and Chris Hardwick also serving as executive producers. “The Wall” was developed by Glassman Media in conjunction with CORE Media and produced in association with Universal Television Alternative Studio.
Glassman’s additional credits include four seasons of the NBC hit dating series “Average Joe,” whose first season finale attracted more than 25 million viewers, ranking it as the second highest-rated reality telecast in NBC history, and “Three Wishes” (NBC), which was named the “most family friendly show on broadcast television.”
In 2011, “Sweet Home Alabama” became CMT’s highest-rated series, with its finale stealing the spot as the third most-watched telecast in CMT’s history. In 2012, “Southern Nights” premiered as the spinoff to the four seasons of “Sweet Home Alabama.”
Other credits include WETV’s successful dating series “Match Made in Heaven” and “Death Valley” (CMT). Glassman also created NBC’s “Momma’s Boys” in association with Ryan Seacrest, and “High Society” for the CW Network.
Glassman resides in Los Angeles.