10 Facts About Alan Goodman


Alan Goodman runs branding and communications for, and is a founder of, TESTD Inc.


Alan Goodman is a former American media executive, writer, and television producer who has worked in media since 1981.


In 1981, Alan Goodman was part of the team that launched MTV: Music Television, alongside his college radio alum Fred Seibert.


Alan Goodman supervised hundreds of animations and their accompanying soundtracks depicting the MTV trademark designed by Manhattan Design.


Alan Goodman worked with MTV Networks, the parent company of both MTV and Nickelodeon, for over 30 years.


Alan Goodman created or co-created the television series Kids' Court, The Movie Masters Hey Dude, The Mystery Files of Shelby Woo, among others.


Alan Goodman wrote scripts for several television shows including Hey Dude, Clarissa Explains It All, Clifford's Puppy Days and JoJo's Circus.


Alan Goodman was the co-producer and show runner for two seasons of Clarissa Explains It All.


Since 1984 Alan Goodman has been the primary writer and creative director for the all the brochure and website essays for one of the most respected jazz reissue record labels, Mosaic Records limited edition jazz boxes.


Alan Goodman was one of the developers and first creative director at COZI-TV, a free-to-air television network owned by the NBC Owned Television Stations division of NBCUniversal.