Morphy Auctions inks TV development deal with Nancy Glass Productions Morphy Auctions, one of the fastest growing and most successful auction houses in the country, has entered into an agreement with Nancy Glass Productions to develop a documentary/reality TV series.
News-Antique.com - Mar 27,2011 - DENVER, Pa. – Morphy Auctions, one of the fastest growing and most successful antiques and collectibles auction houses in the country, has entered into an agreement with Nancy Glass Productions to develop a documentary/reality TV series.
Under the terms of the agreement, Morphy Auctions and Nancy Glass Productions will collaborate to create an antiques- and auction-related program for broadcast on a major television network.
“I had been considering the idea of a TV show about Morphy’s for a long time and had been approached by several production companies and networks,” said Morphy’s CEO Dan Morphy. “I chose Nancy Glass Productions because of their successful track record in producing quality programming. After meeting with them, it was obvious that we were all on the same page. They have a clear understanding of how our business operates and can present it in a fresh, new format.”
Nancy Glass is a former on-air personality and six-time Emmy winner. Her company, Nancy Glass Productions, has created over 2,000 hours of prime-time programming for various cable networks including: E!, TLC, WE, Animal Planet, Nat Geo, HGTV, DIY, PBS and Ovation. The company also produces radio shows for Sirius XM and released a feature documentary Race to the Bottom of the Earth, which took first prize at the LA Cinema Film Festival. They currently have eight series in production.
“We are excited to be working with someone as passionate and knowledgeable about antiques and collectibles as Dan Morphy,” Glass commented. “This program will go behind the scenes to showcase the fast-paced world of Morphy Auctions, their team’s interaction with collectors and the thrill of their actual auction events.”