Confronting: OJ Simpson
The Confronting Podcast series explores transformative American events in modern US history from a human perspective. Season one, Confronting: O.J. Simpson, examined the murder of Ron Goldman and Nicole Brown Simpson and the Trial-of-the-Century through the eyes of those who witnessed it first-hand. Voiced by Kim Goldman, the podcast discussed the impact, collateral damage and emotional scars that remained 25 years later. This groundbreaking podcast enthralled the nation, brought 0. J. Simpson onto Twitter and became a “Podcast of the Year” in 2019 by The Atlantic and The Associated Press.
Confronting’s sophomore season, Confronting: Columbine, explores another transformative moment in American culture. Narrated by a Columbine High School senior and survivor, Amy Over, now 40 years old, Amy takes audiences back through the halls where the souls of twelve students and her basketball coach were lost over 20 years ago. Amy uncovers misnomers and falsehoods about the school shooting while also learning she was on the “hit list” of the killers on April 20th, 1999. The students from Columbine are now parents grappling with the reality that they are sending their own children into high schools now.
Betrayal is a real-life fairytale gone horribly wrong. This is the story of Jenifer Faison who thought she had the perfect marriage and storybook life. Eight years into her marriage, that picture-perfect life shattered. Spencer Herron, Jen’s husband and the charismatic educator and coach who was twice named “Teacher of the Year,” turned out to be a sexual predator. Jen refused to live in shame but decided to learn more about who she was really married to by speaking with two of Spencer’s mistresses. In the podcast, Jen reclaims her life by learning about betrayal trauma and heals by creating community and connection with other victims through sharing her story.
Unscripted TV Rights Sold To: Hulu
What started as an outlet for singles to vent about the perils of dating during a pandemic evolved into the hit dating podcast of lockdown. Dating Diaries: Quarantine Confessions explored dating culture, relationships, intimacy and love in our #newnormal. Audiences heard first-hand accounts from all over the globe from the awkwardness of zoom dates to f*ckboys dropping more than just their masks. This podcast offers real stories filled with lots of humor and a little heartbreak delivered by charismatic, authentic hosts Andrea Gunning (Dre) and Ben Fetterman. The podcast quickly found an audience and was featured by Apple on its Flowcase calling the show “What desperate times call for.”
One Hundred Percent
With Marcus Lemonis
One Hundred Percent with Marcus Lemonis is a little bit of a masterclass, a cocktail party and a Sunday drive all wrapped up into 30 minutes with an audience invited to listen in. In each episode, listeners will meet the most exciting generation of business owners, including Charles Barkley, Kathy Ireland, Al Roker and Nicole Miller, and all the innovative ventures coming to and disrupting the market. Marcus talks to CEOs, entrepreneurs, inventors and all kinds of new leaders in the only way he knows how, it gets personal.
Glass Podcasts is a division of Glass Entertainment Group – a television studio with 20+ years of success producing unscripted television for Discovery, Netflix, Hulu, Disney+, CNN, MTV, Animal Planet, HGTV to name a few. Our mission is to illuminate the vibrancy and nuances of the human experience through the power of audio. Glass Podcasts focuses primarily on the genres of True Crime, Society & Culture and Comedy. Just a few years in, our library of programs and audience are growing. This is the beginning, and we have no plans to slow down.