STEVE ROTFELD PRODUCTIONS, INC. is a four-time Emmy Award-winning television production and distribution company. Since its inception in 1985, its programs have appeared on cable networks, streaming services, and broadcast television. It produces a broad array of content, ranging from kids to science to history to sports, and has amassed a catalogue of well over 1,200 episodes of various series.
For the past several years, SRP has produced and distributed a 3-hour block of science programs for Fox affiliates in broadcast syndication. The block, Xploration Station, has won 3 Emmy Awards, and collected 30 Emmy nominations.
In 2020, its series, Xploration Outer Space, won a Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Writing Team for a Non-Fiction Series. In 2018, its children’s series, Weird But True!, co-produced with National Geographic Kids, and subsequently picked up by Disney+, won a Daytime Emmy for Outstanding Educational Informational Series. In 2017, Xploration Earth 2050 won a Daytime Emmy for Outstanding Special Class Series.
In 2018/19, SRP produced three documentary projects in recognition of the Apollo 11 moon landing: The Apollo Chronicles, a 4-hour definitive documentary which aired on CW; Countdown to Apollo, an 8-half-hour series on Fox stations; and The Armstrong Tapes, for National Geographic Channel.
Steve Rotfeld formed SRP after six years of working for his father’s company, Greatest Sports Legends, Inc., where he won a National Sports Emmy Award for Writing on a Jackie Robinson documentary. Subsequently, SRP produced series for ESPN, TLC, Animal Planet, Travel Channel, and others.
In 2007, SRP formed a sister company called The Workshop which produced programs for History Channel, and several series for Golf Channel, including the hit series The Haney Project.