Hirsch (pictured, left) joins the Uncommon Grounds producer as VP and executive producer, working to ensure the firm continues producing quality programming. With more than a decade experience, the Emmy-nominated producer and director has previously developed and produced content across all platforms for HBO, CBS, Discovery, Lifetime and Google.
Most recently, Hirsch served as exec producer and showrunner on the first two seasons of A&E’s Behind Bars: Rookie Year, and played a key role in launching a raft of projects at 60 Days In creator Lucky 8 TV. Before that, he served as VP of current programming at Hot Snakes Media and worked in-house at HBO.
Meanwhile, Gunning (pictured, center) and Makatche (pictured, right) will be upped to the executive in charge of production and VP of programming and production, respectively.
Gunning, formerly director of business affairs, will continue to oversee production management and financials for the company and its productions, as well as human resources.
Makatche, who previously served as director of programming and production, will continue with oversight over all productions and post-productions from development to series. He also continues to be a key player on the company’s development team.
Glass Entertainment Group was previously known as Nancy Glass Productions and most recently appointed J.C. Mills as president and GM. It also recently inked an exclusive development and partnership deal with Toronto’s Sweatshop Media.