Primary areas: non-broadcast television production; law and regulation for radio, television, and film; educational telecommunications.
Articles on copyright, history of broadcasting, television production in Journal of Broadcasting and Electronic Media, A-V Video, Media Communicator. Chapter on U.S. copyright law in Video Production Techniques (London: Kluwer, 1983).
Executive producer/host, Alternatives, a public affairs series broadcast weekly on KXAS-TV (NBC affiliate), Dallas-Fort Worth, 1985-1989. Formerly script writer/producer, U.S. Department of Agriculture. Produced radio and television programs broadcast on commercial and non-commercial stations throughout the United States.
Former Director of the Broadcast Education Association (BEA).
The Texas Association of Broadcasters (TAB) named Glick as 2010 Educator of the Year.