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We are a production company that started in August of 2003 with the acquisition of a cable station in Cedar City, UT, CTV-12. In our first year we produced Southern Utah University football and men’s basketball games along with high school football and basketball games of Cedar and Canyon View high schools.


In January of 2005 we agreed with Comcast Mountain Region to produce high school basketball games. From the success of the regular season we were awarded a four year contract with Comcast. We have covered football, boys/girls basketball, baseball, wrestling, soccer, rugby, a weekly half-hour TV show about high school sports, and banquets. In all we have produced over 850 high school events.

In the fall of 2007 we purchased two production trucks and have done work for CBS, NBC, ESPN, The Mountain, Altitude Sports and Entertainment, CBS Sports Network, Versus, Western Athletic Conference, Big Sky Conference, University of Washington, UNLV, MSNBC, KMYU, KCSG, Comcast channel 6, CW 30, and KJZZ. Also in 2007 we produced fourteen NBA-Developmental League games for the Utah Flash which aired locally and then nationally on NBA-TV.


In October of 2009 CIS-COM procured a four year contract with Utah State University to produce the video board shows including 15 live television games for CW30 and 55 tape delayed events for Comcast channel 6. These events ranged from football, basketball, women’s basketball, volleyball, and gymnastics. In all we have televised over 83 events for Utah State University during the four years, not including some of the away feeds we helped arranged. In addition to the broadcast games, and the video board shows we also work with Stretch Internet to stream these events live over the Internet.


During August of 2010 we purchased an additional sprinter van. With the new sprinter van ‘Super X” we televised all of Southern Utah Universities football home games for two seasons on KCSG-TV and KMYU, which provided SUU with state wide coverage. In 2012 with the ‘Super X’ we also produced ten home games for the AFL’s Utah Blaze, including one game that was broadcast in HD on KUTV channel 2 (CBS). In the summer of 2013 we upgraded a production truck ‘The Phoenix’, to HD. Currently we have a deal with the Pac 12 Networks. ‘The Phoenix’ and ‘Super X’ are on track to do more than a 100 shows this season for the Pac 12 networks and ESPN 3



Febuary 10th cis-com installed a Calrec Artemis digital mixer. Further upgrades around the patch panels will be next on the list. 


Doug Albrechtsen


25 Years Experience

Larry Soule


17 Years Experience

Bob Stokes



Trevor Stokes



Mychal Clanton


Vice President

Jim Wellings


21 Years Experience

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