Re-Invention TV creates high quality video content to serve the needs of television broadcasters, sponsors, audiences and worthy organizations. Whatever the story, wherever it will be seen, Re-Invention TV has the skills and experience to produce high quality programs, web videos and viral ad campaigns at cost considerably lower than the industry standard.
Chairman and CEO
The company was founded to bring print Publishers and their publications, new ideas and
great content to television as well as a multitude of other "screens." Alan brings with him 30
years in publishing newspapers and magazines as well as in television - mostly in advertising
sales management and "pioneering" roles.
Mr. Goldsher’s lifelong love of television, which he also studied in college, came back into his
career at Cox Media managing spot ad sales for a local subscriber system of 35,000 homes. His
passion was reignited when he created and produced “Design For Living” on Cablevision's
Metro TV in 2003-2004.
Mr. Goldsher both created and was responsible for the successful launch of “New York
Residential TV” and “Metro Residential TV” which aired weekly on WPIX 11 from June 2008
until August of 2010.
In 2011, Mr. Goldsher created the Emmy Awarded series “Best Places To Live” hosted by the
late, great Jason Sheftell of The NY Daily News. Today, Best Places To Live is hosted by
Cristina Cuomo. In April 2015, Re-Invention TV launches Faces of Philanthropy on WNET 13,
the PBS flagship. This series profiles the work of many organizations who aid the unfortunate throughout the greater NYC area.
Richard T. McIntosh
President and COO
Mr. McIntosh has broad experience in management, marketing, sales, and finance. Mr.
McIntosh has held senior management and founder positions in both large corporate and
entrepreneurial environments, including major marketing and advertising firms, financial
institutions as well as initiating and creating successful start-up companies in the media and
His entrepreneurial experience includes co-founding and developing New Media Marketing,
Inc. a consumer marketing and research firm securing clients such as Colgate, Lever Bros,
Hunt Foods, H.J. Heinz, and Procter & Gamble. He managed the sale of the company to an
Mr. McIntosh founded and developed ScreenVision, Inc. a firm engaged in the motion picture
and advertising business managing the company from initial concept and testing through start
up and client/revenue acquisition, Revlon, Ford Motors, Coca-Cola, Levi Strauss, Chrysler-
Jeep leading to a successful and profitable sale to Disney/ABC.
He also created, developed and managed the profitable Paid Programming business segment
for FNN (Financial News Network) before it was sold to NBC, becoming MSNBC.