1988– Moffett Productions opened their doors with amazing studios to offer their clients.
1989– Fred Smith (FedEX founder) makes a special trip to see why Moffett Productions needs a FedEx machine and a pick up every night. Once he saw our busy operation, he installed a dedicated machine and made us one of the last pickups on the way to the airport.
1991– Moffett Productions was handpicked by Garth Brooks to be the official producer of all his Radio/TV concert spots.
1993– Moffett Productions started to move in the direction of producing audio and video in house.
1994– We Installed ISDN lines to send audio tracks to other studios the same day. This was before the days of email & MP3’s.
1995– Moffett makes the move from Analog tape machines to Digital with the purchase of 5 OTARI RADAR (Random Access Digital Audio Recorder) removable hard drive systems. Bill became so proficient on the machine he was asked to be a “live testimonial” at the NAB in Vegas and showcase his talents within the OTARI Booth.
1996– We became the Houston Digital Generated Systems (DGS) beta test facility for delivering audio to TV/Radio stations across the country. DGS is now known as DG fast Channel and is one of the largest distribution services in the United States.
1996– Moffett expanded their facilities to a total of 10,000 sq. ft. including a 2500 sq. ft. sound stage with a hot grid that is full of lighting and grip materials, craft services, make-up area, and drive-in access for easy loading.
1998– We were chosen to host the nationally syndicated show “Rockline” live from the Moffett sound stage featuring Van Halen. It even had a live studio audience!
2000– Moffett was named the official Radio/TV producer of the NHRA 50th Anniversary Tour. Bill was presented with a “Wally” due the success of the 50th Anniversary Tour.
2008– Mitsubishi Motors Corporation retained Moffett Productions to write and produce the training DVDs for their United States sales force.
2013– Gillman Automotive retains Moffett Productions to not only produce the campaign for all markets, but handle all of the creative ideas as well.
2013– We built a “live room” for recording bands and remodeled the WGW studio with pro-tools.