A six-time Emmy award winning journalist and television host, Nancy Glass is CEO and Executive Producer of Glass Entertainment Group (GEG).
Headquartered in Philadelphia, GEG is a full-service production company specializing in unscripted television, film production, new media content and podcasts. Since launching 20 years ago, the company has produced over 3,000 hours of programming. Currently, GEG is producing over a dozen series, including Lincoln: Divided We Stand (CNN), The Vet Life (Animal Planet), Heartland Docs, DVM (Nat Geo WILD), Queen of Stylez (Snapchat), Frozen in Time (HGTV) with Maureen McCormick as well as unannounced projects for HGTV, Oxygen, MTV, Magnolia, and HLN.
A leader in the podcast space, the company recently produced the hit Apple podcast Dating Diaries: Quarantine Confessions as well as one of the most downloaded podcasts Confronting: O.J. Simpson, which earned a top 5 position on AP’s Top 2019 Podcasts.
Last year, in a groundbreaking deal, Glass and Marcus Lemonis acquired the rights to the legendary Let’s Make a Deal and other iconic game formats from the Hatos-Hall catalogue to distribute worldwide. The company also launched pop culture host and HGTV executive Brian Balthazar’s Balthazar Entertainment.
Previously, Glass was an anchor and reported for several national TV shows including Inside Edition, American Journal, Sneak Previews, This Evening, The Miss America Pageant, and Attitudes on Lifetime. Paving the way for woman, she is well-known for being the first women to solo host a nationally syndicated news show, the first person in syndication to be nominated for a national news Emmy, and the first person in cable to be nominated for an Emmy for Best Daytime Talk Show Host.