|Founder||Jon Siskel and Greg Jacobs|
|Headquarters||Chicago, Illinois, U.S.|
The company produced the History Channel special 102 Minutes That Changed America, which premiered on September 11, 2008 and became the second-most watched program in the network's history. The company has also produced a special for Discovery Channel and an episode for the National Geographic Channel's Naked Science series. As of 2008, SJP is working on its first feature documentary, Louder Than a Bomb, which follows four Chicago-area high school poetry teams as they compete in the world's largest youth slam.
- "Former Kurtis and Towers producers open their own docs-for-cable network company", ReelChicago.com (February 20, 2005).
- "BrewsterConnections". Brewster Academy. Spring 2010. p. 10. Retrieved 11 October 2012.
A friend of [my uncle Gene Siskel] had just been made president of the Travel Channel and [Uncle Gene] suggested that I push my stories to him. …[I got hired] and I moved to L.A. ... .
- David Hinckley (September 11, 2008). "'102 Mins.' of the city's longest day", New York Daily News.
- Bill Gorman (September 15, 2008). "History Attracts Record Audience for 9/11 Special", TV by the Numbers blog.
- "About Us". Siskel/Jacobs Productions.
- Amy Wilschke. "Taking Care Of Business: Independent Film Producers Are Doing It For Themselves", Screen Magazine.
- "No commercials during History Channel’s Sept. 11 airing of Siskel/Jacobs’ archive-driven 9/11 doc", ReelChicago.com (September 2, 2008).
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