Whether we are creating award-winning documentary stories (ESPN’s Sports Century, Outside the Lines), chronicling the world’s most grueling events (Ironman World Championship, Ironman 70.3 World Championship, The Tour De France, The Baja 1000, The Iditarod, The Eco-Challenge), or producing original content (Esquire Network’s Friday Night Tykes, ESPN’s Brian and the Boz, HISTORY’s Alcatraz: Search for the Truth, Amy Poehler’s Smart Girls at the Party, History Channel’s Extreme Airports), our goal is to create programs that are all-encompassing, unique, and demonstrate the passion for storytelling that has earned us more than twenty Emmy Awards.
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Texas Crew Productions is a developer and producer of original content, with numerous projects in various stages of development. For more information on what’s in the pipeline check out our Clips page or drop us an email. Whether it’s covering the news that shapes the day, the sports that keep us on the edge of our seats, or creating original programming that breaks new ground, Texas Crew is a trusted source of broadcast excellence for the leading names in the television industry. Our newest production, Friday Night Tykes, is currently in it’s third season on Esquire Network. Tune in on Tuesday nights at 9|8c to catch the latest episode! You can find out more and watch full episodes on the show’s website.
Sports Television Production
Texas Crew Productions produces the Ironman World Championships in Kona, Hawaii, for NBC Sports, ESPN International, and Universal Sports. This Emmy Award-winning broadcast is consistently recognized as one of the most outstanding edited sports events in television. Texas Crew produced (in association with 441 Productions and OLN) The Lance Chronicles: a 13-episode series documenting Lance Armstrong’s quest for a 6th Tour de France victory. Other related projects include the Emmy nominated series Chasing Lance (FitTV/Discovery HD), the Emmy award-winning Race to Replace (Discovery), The World Series of Poker (ESPN Original Entertainment), All Access (ESPN Longhorn Network) and The Iditarod (OLN/Versus).
Documentary and Reality Television
The Texas Crew shoots and produces documentary and reality-style television for clients around the world. From development to delivery, the Texas Crew has been involved in literally hundreds of productions for clients such as The Discovery Channel, The History Channel, TLC, MTV, A&E Television, CBS Productions, FreeMantle Media, HARPO, and HBO.
Internet Streaming and Web Content
Texas Crew Productions produces the Ironman Live broadcast for World Triathlon Corporation. This 12-hour live broadcast of the events in the Ironman North American Series is a multi-camera, hosted show that is streamed live at ironmanlive.com and is also available on Universal Sports. Texas Crew has co-produced and directed Amy Poehler’s award-winning web-series, Smart Girls at the Party, for YouTube Original Programming. In addition, Texas Crew has produced web content for clients such as Discovery, Nissan, Radio Shack, Chiat Day, and Puma. We are also a preferred partner with Livestream, so we can offer a turn-key solution to streaming needs.
In 2004, Texas Crew provided complete broadcast services (pre-production, production and post-production, including a daily edited package for international news distribution) for the International Olympic Torch Relay (26 countries/34 cities) on behalf of the Athens Olympic Committee, EuroSport, CNN International and Coca-Cola. The Texas Crew provided similar services for both the 1996 and 2002 domestic Olympic Torch Relays (Atlanta and Salt Lake City) on behalf of the respective organizing committees, NBC Sports, and Coca-Cola. The Texas Crew has provided crew and equipment to NBC Sports for their broadcast of the last 7 Summer Olympics Games (Seoul, Barcelona, Atlanta, Sydney, Athens, Beijing, and London) and 4 Winter Olympics (Salt Lake, Torino, Vancouver, and Sochi). The Texas Crew regularly provides producers, crew, and production support for clients such as ESPN and NFL Network and has provided crew and equipment for the biggest live sporting events on television including 10 NBA finals, 5 Superbowls, and 4 MLB World Series for clients such as NBC Sports, Fox Sports, and Major League Baseball.
Texas Crew is a “go to” source for the world’s leading news and entertainment agencies. From the war in Beirut to the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, and from the Mexico City earthquake to Hurricane Katrina, Texas Crew covers the biggest news events for clients such as ABC News, CBS News, NBC News, CNN, Reuters, BBC News, Fox News, and the Associated Press. We’ve provided electronic press kits for a number of feature films including Varsity Blues, Stop Loss, Lone Star State of Mind, and True Grit (2011), and have shot behind the scenes, in the field, and on the red-carpet for clients such as Entertainment Tonight, Access Hollywood, The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, and TV Guide. From camera crews to field producers and editors, let Texas Crew staff your project with members of our award-winning team. Notable stories Texas Crew shot, edited or produced, include the Mike Wallace interview with Roger Clemens (60 Minutes) the 2008 Democratic Presidential Candidates Debate (ABC News, The Daily Show and Entertainment Tonight), and behind the scenes of My Generation (Entertainment Tonight, TV Guide).