Ethan Goldman is a producer/development executive with twenty years’ experience working in television, film and digital. Goldman recently was promoted to Partner at Anchor Worldwide, a global creative agency where he heads up the entertainment division in Los Angeles.
Most recently Goldman served as Head of Development at Warrior Poets, where he developed multiple tv, film and digital projects including Showtime’s The Trade, an official selection of the 2018 Sundance Film Festival, Cultureshock, an eight part docuseries in collaboration with Entertainment Weekly (A&E), Superheroes Decoded (History), American Takedown (A&E), Dark Horse Nation (History), I Hart Food featuring Hannah Hart (Food Network) The HALO Effect (Nickelodeon), a feature length doc for CMT Films entitled Freedom! The Movie, as well as AOL’s most-viewed series, Connected.
Goldman also served as an Executive Producer on Censored Voices, a feature doc that premiered at Sundance 2015 in the World Cinema Doc category.
Prior to joining Warrior Poets, Ethan was Senior Vice President of Ish Entertainment, where he developed projects for cable tv (Brooklyn 11223, Bravo’s Approval Matrix, Patrice Oneal’s Guide to White People, Diplo’s Never Coming Home, America on Zero Dollars) and played an instrumental role in launching two YouTube channels: MyISH, a music discovery platform for millennials, and Life +Times, a collaboration with Jay-Z.
Before Ish Entertainment, Ethan worked as a creative consultant for various cable networks developing show ideas and original programming for AMC, truTV, and Fuse.
From 2006 to 2008, Ethan ran the television division of Original Media (The Rachel Zoe Project, Storm Chasers, LA Ink), overseeing production and development on projects for Bravo, Discovery, TLC, MTV, VH1 and Fuse.
Prior to Original Media, Ethan was Director of Production Development at MTV, where he was responsible for developing long-form series and specials for both MTV and MTV2.
Ethan got his start in business at VH1, working for Lauren Zalaznick, contributing to projects like 100 Greatest, Vogue/VH1 Fashion Awards, Pop Up Video and The List.
During his five-year tenure at VH1, Ethan spent six months on loan to Paramount Films as Ben Stiller’s assistant on Zoolander.