Jeffrey Peisch

​DVD and CD productions

Jeffrey Peisch, an award-wining producer of television and music projects, has over 20 years of experience in home video and music marketing, with particular expertise in direct-response.  He has served as head of video at Time Life, where he introduced several new product categories that resulted in over $20 million in profit.  Prior to Time Life, he worked at Sony Music Entertainment and Vestron Video, a pioneering home video company that was the first organization to recognize a home video market for special interest programming.  Mr. Peisch has served as project director of “Ken Burns’s Jazz,” a 28-CD boxed set from Sony Music that received a Grammy nomination.  He was series producer of “The History of Rock ‘n’ Roll,” a 10-hour television series for Time-Life/Warner Bros. Television that received an Emmy nomination.  He has worked as a consultant to a variety of clients including Sony Music; National Geographic Video; Nickelodeon; Smithsonian Video; Bertelsmann Intl. Direct; McGraw-Hill; Time-Life Music; the Verve Music Group; and PBS.

Mr. Peisch has served as Series Producer of the music CD set for “The Blues,” a PBS production of Vulcan Productions and Road Movies Production in association with Cappa Productions and Jigsaw Productions and Project Director of the music CD set for “Broadway: The American Musical,” a PBS production of Ghost Light Films and Thirteen/WNET.