|University of Michigan, BA||1966|
|Columbia University, MBA||1968|
Co-founder, Chairman and President of eJamming, Inc, ALAN JAY GLUECKMAN’s 25-year career in technology and show business has spanned movies, television, theater and the Internet.
As CEO of Glueckman Intertainment, he had eight movies produced including Russkies, Gross Anatomy and The Fear Inside and has written for Disney, Universal, Warner Brothers, Paramount, Viacom, New Century, NBC, CBS and ABC. In 2001, he created Scoring, an interactive television show he Executive Produced for MTV.
In 1996, Alan became one of the Internet Content Pioneers when he co-created, wrote and designed the Site Architecture for the groundbreaking Mission: Impossible The Web Adventure for Apple Computer Co., which garnered 36 million hits its first six weeks on the web. He also developed the innovative paranoid thriller You’ve Gotta Believe Me for the Microsoft Network and Created and Executive Produced Disco-Rama, a 70s Music and Culture Retrospective for Bill Gross’ EntertainNet, the first ideaLab! start-up.
As a lyricist, Alan wrote 30 songs for the hit musical revue Starr Struck: A Musical Investigation, co-wrote the book and wrote the lyrics for Stalag 17 - The Musical which will be produced by Broadway legend Leonard Soloway, and wrote the book and lyrics for the original musical Friday Saturday Sunday, which had a successful World Premiere showcase and run at Lynn University in Boca Raton in 2005.
Prior to his career in Hollywood, Alan worked in Product Management at General Foods and was an advertising copywriter/producer, rising to Creative Director at Ted Bates (Hellas). He holds an MBA in Marketing from Columbia University and a BA in Economics from the University of Michigan, and is on the Industry Advisory Board to the Computer Science and Engineering Department at Florida Atlantic University.
Fortune Magazine named Alan one of the 24 Top Technology Innovators of 2008 and Forbes Magazine named eJamming one of the Top 10 BreakOut! Business Ideas of 2009.
eJamming at CES with Smashmouth and Paul Otellini, CEO of IntelAdded: 1/7/10