Andrew Goldman is an accomplished and creative leader with industry-wide relationships, respected for his abilities to collaborate and negotiate. His expertise lies in developing and launching new linear and digital initiatives, strategy, acquisitions, multi-platform scheduling, and channel development/conversion that target both broad and specific demographics.

Goldman is currently Vice President of Programming for Fatham Events, where he oversees the acquisition of high value content with broad audience appeal which will play at exhibition chains which play Fathom Events content. The company recently broke box office records with Warner Bros.’ Peter Jackson’s WWI documentary They Shall Not Grow Old which in its Dec. 27 encore presentation grossed $3.1M, making it the highest-grossing single-day ever for a documentary on Fathom, and one of the top-grossing single-night presentations of any kind from the events company.

Prior to joining Fathom Events, Goldman was SVP/Head of Programming at OWNZONES Entertainment Technologies, a global provider of technology and media solutions for the motion picture, television and digital content creation industries. Earlier in his career, he was VP of Program Strategy and Planning for HBO/Cinemax and was instrumental in the launches of HBO Now, HBO Go, Max Go and Video on Demand. There, he was responsible for the linear and digital strategic planning of all programming for HBO/Cinemax’s 15 multiplex channels and platforms such as HBO Now (OTT), HBO Go, MAX Go, and Video On Demand.   He directed the programming calendar during all points of its creation and transformation from the daily scheduling output to long-range planning.  He also worked closely with the research, marketing and creative programming teams to help set goals for current series that best support and extend both brands, which reach over 32 million households.  During his tenure, the company boasted 17 years of record setting program ratings growth. The executive also supervised HBO/Cinemax’s film library analysis and inventory management, overseeing a $50 million-dollar independent film acquisition budget that delivered ROI in utility across platforms, frequency of plays and audience satisfaction.

Goldman earned an MFA in Cinema Studies from New York University’s Tisch School of Arts and a BA in Political Science/Communications from Syracuse University.  He is a member of the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (ATAS), the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (NATAS), the National Association of Television Program Executives (NATPE), the British Academy of Film & Television Arts (BAFTA), and the Paley Center for Media and National Association of Multi-Ethnicity in Communications (NAMIC). Goldman also serves on the Board of Governors at the Friars Club and the Alumni Council at New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts.  He is also a volunteer with the New York Cares Children’s Education Project and lectures on media studies at major universities including USC, UCLA, Fordham University, Carnegie Mellon University, the Newhouse School at Syracuse University and the Wharton School of Business. Goldman has been an Adjunct Professor in the Department of Film & Television at NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts since 2006. 

Goldman currently resides in Scarsdale, NY with his wife, Laura and daughter, Danielle.

the Co-Founder and Chief Strategy Officer at TVtibi, an emerging global over-the-top (OTT) service offering a variety of channels, shows, episodes, films, and other programming, both live and on-demand, direct to consumers.  He oversees and acquires all content acquisition and sets long-term program strategy.

As Vice President of Program Strategy and Planning, HBO/Cinemax, for Home Box Office, Goldman was responsible for the linear and digital strategic planning of all programming for HBO/Cinemax’s 15 multiplex channels and platforms such as HBO Now (OTT), HBO Go, MAX Go, and Video On Demand.   He directed the programming calendar during all points of its creation and transformation from the daily scheduling output to long-range planning.  He also worked closely with the research, marketing and creative programming teams to help set goals for current series that best support and extend both brands, which reach over 32 million households.  During his tenure, the company boasted 17 years of record setting program ratings growth. The executive also supervised HBO/Cinemax’s film library analysis and inventory management, overseeing a $50 million-dollar independent film acquisition budget that delivered ROI in utility across platforms, frequency of plays and audience satisfaction.

Prior to Home Box Office, he began his career as a screenplay analyst at Warner Bros., where he worked with various studio-based producers on developing properties into feature films such as “Lethal Weapon”, “The Lost Boys” and “Flatliners”.

Goldman earned an MFA in Cinema Studies from New York University’s Tisch School of Arts and a BA in Political Science/Communications from Syracuse University.  He is a member of the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (ATAS), the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (NATAS), the National Association of Television Program Executives (NATPE), the British Academy of Film & Television Arts (BAFTA), and the Paley Center for Media and National Association of Multi-Ethnicity in Communications (NAMIC). Goldman also serves on the Board of Governors at the Friars Club and the Alumni Council at New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts.  He is also a volunteer with the New York Cares Children’s Education Project and lectures on media studies at major universities including USC, UCLA, Fordham University, Carnegie Mellon University, the Newhouse School at Syracuse University and the Wharton School of Business. Goldman has been an Adjunct Professor in the Department of Film & Television at NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts since 2006. 

Goldman currently resides in Scarsdale, NY with his wife, Laura and daughter, Danielle.