Psych: The Movie aired on December 7, 2017, on the USA Network. Actor James Roday disclosed that the movie is actually dedicated to Terry Goldman. But who is Terry Goldman? For all the information you need, take a look at our Terry Goldman wiki.
Admit it, all of us miss watching the hit series, Psych. The viewers were in for a surprise yesterday as Psych: The Movie, which is based on the series Psych, aired on December 7, 2017, on the USA Network. The two-hour television movie was announced on May 8, 2017. In October, the cast and crew of the film came for New York Comic-Con to preview 20 minutes of the movie and to also talk about the film. It was at the same time that the cast announced the release date.
At Comic-Con, actor James Roday explained that the movie is dedicated to Terry Goldman. Terry Goldman and Psych: The Movie has a connection. Talking about Goldman, Roday said, “He’s the guy that taught me that social media wasn’t a two-headed demon and that I could actually embark on a social media journey. He made our show and the transition to social media so much smoother and easier, but most of all he loved you guys because he was a Psych-o too. He loved interacting with you and loved being at things like [Comic Con].” If you want to know more about Terry Goldman, then keep on reading.
Terry Goldman’s Wiki
According to Goldman’s Twitter account, he was born on June 5. Reportedly, Goldman was born in 1972. There is not much information available about Terry Goldman’s parents or his childhood. His LinkedIn account states that he attended the University of Phoenix and graduated with Bachelor of Science and Marketing. Additionally, Goldman also attended Columbia College Hollywood for Film & TV Production.
Goldman believed in the philosophy, “Life moves pretty fast. If you don’t stop and look around once in a while, you could miss it.”
Terry Goldman’s Career
In 1999, Goldman started working at Universal Studios Hollywood as a Brand Manager in Marketing. He worked there for four years before putting down his papers in 2003. His work profile involved working “across corporate divisions of Film, TV, Home Video, Music, and Publishing to create and launch implement cross-promotional marketing opportunities for properties such as WWE, Marvel, Nickelodeon, and Animal Planet.”
In 2004, Goldman started working with ElectricArtists as the Director of Marketing Services. His office was located in Greater New York City Area. His work was centered around planning, developing, and executing, “comprehensive, strategic, integrated digital marketing campaigns that included digital word of mouth, online promotions, digital publicity, B2C campaigns, paid media strategies, sweepstakes creation and fulfillment, website and app development, and digital content distribution for clients such as USA Network, History Channel, A&E, Warner Brothers Films, Starz, AMC, Sundance, Netflix, Svedka Vodka, Atari, Nikon, Clorox, and Best Buy.
Sample film & TV campaigns included The Dead Zone, The 4400, Burn Notice, Psych, Lonesome Dove, The Staircase, Pawn Stars, Top Gear, Star Wars: The Legacy, Ice Road Truckers, Engineering an Empire, Exorcist The Beginning, The Phantom of the Opera, Constantine, Must Love Dogs, & Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants.
He quit that job in 2010 and joined AKA UK as the Director of Digital & Interactive Marketing. Goldman utilized qualitative and quantitative analytic data to “test, analyze and also report results for future campaign organization.”
Goldman’s last job was with Viacom, where he served as the Senior Director of Social Media & Digital Engagement, VH1 & Logo. He started working with Viacom in 2015 and continued until his death. At Viacom, Goldman, “set and tracked data-driven key growth and engagement KPIs both quantitative and qualitative, plus consumer insight measurement across all social communities to evaluate the effectiveness of campaigns.”
Additionally, Goldman, “produced short-form pop culture digital video series for VH1.com and live social telecasts with network talent and social influencers, including contract negotiations, for marquee shows such as America´s Next Top Model, Holiday Divas, Dear Mama, and Hip-Hop Honors.” Goldman was the manager who handled the social media presence of the show at USA network.
Terry Goldman’s Accomplishments
For his hard work and determination, Goldman has received many awards. In 2010, he won the 2010 OMMA Award for Mobile Marketing. Goldman also received an award for Psych Slumber Party. Additionally, he received the Mashie Award 2014: Best Branded Facebook Page, Chrisley Knows Best. Recently, in 2017, Goldman won the Cablefax Digital Award. He was awarded for the 2017 Winner Fan Base Cultivation for America’s Next Top Model relaunch on VH1.
Terry Goldman’s Death
Reportedly, Goldman died at the age of 45 due to a massive heart attack. Goldman died in September, and a lot of people in the industry were upset and heartbroken. Todd Chrisley took to Instagram and posted a photo with a caption that read, “Today is one of the saddest days we’ve had since my dads death in 2012, today we lost our dear friend @terrygoldman to a massive heart attack, he was only 45, Terry was so instrumental in EVERYTHING CHRISLEY and helped us reach you all with his genius in social media, my heart is so heavy with grief and confusion over losing this kind gentle soul, I will miss you always my sweet friend and love you forever, till we meet again, travel safe my buddy and see you on the other side.”