VIDEO CENTER Media, is an Iowa City based video production company. Our clients include individuals, start-ups, non-profits, businesses of all sizes, advertising agencies, government bodies, universities, organizations as well as people like you and me, who just want help saving their personal home movies and videos.
For 20 years we have been producing high-quality video-media on-location and providing professional editing and audio/video media services at the studio. We have helped thousands of individuals and hundreds of businesses and organizations with their projects and video endeavors of all shapes and size.
Each video we produce is designed to specifically convey its messages in compelling and relatable ways. We strive to meet your needs and priorities by understanding who you are, what you do, how its done and why its important. Then tell your story, in a result driven way, that fulfills your communication needs.
We're in the business of providing video-media solutions for both business and personal applications. If you don't where to start, have an idea, want video services or need an exact cost proposal, we welcome the opportunity to help, regardless of the size or scope of your project, thank you for visiting.
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Fri – Sun, by Appointment“We provide video-media solutions locally in Iowa and on both coasts. Our long term success is in large a result of continually striving to create media for our clients that is current, relevant and of exceptional value. ”— Andy Small - Owner/Producer VIDEO CENTER Media
This weekend the Chicago Cubs held a celebratory Fan Convention in downtown Chicago. Newly signed free-agent Jon Jay was introduced to the fans as a “good hit, good glove” player.
Outfielder Jon Jay signed a one-year, $8 million contract as a free agent in late November with the Chicago Cubs. Jay spent most of his career with the rival St. Louis Cardinals in center field and played on two World Series teams.
Jay had positive things to say about his reception thus far in the Windy City. He said he’s been well received, getting the attention by the fans of this organization.
MASON CITY, Iowa (KIMT) – The Second Amendment, although a part of federal law, is not in the Iowa Constitution. The Hawkeye state is one of just six in the country to not have it. But that could be changed soon due to a new proposed state constitutional amendment.
“The constitutional level, the federal level, the second amendment talks about the right to keep and bear arms,” History and Political Science Instructor Bennett Smith said. “What the language in this proposed amendment does is it expands upon that.”
"When you get to this point in the journey, man, not a lot needs to be said. Let's say very little moving forward. Let's start our preparations. We just spotted these a--h---- a day and a half. They played yesterday. Our game got moved to tonight. We're going to touch down at 4 o'clock in the f---ing morning. So be it," Tomlin said in the video. "We'll be ready for their a--. But you ain't got to tell them we're coming.
The incoming White House press secretary’s repeated suggestions that reporters covering a Trump administration may be moved out of the executive mansion left the White House Correspondents’ Association vowing Sunday to “fight” such a change.
“We object strenuously to any move that would shield the president and his advisers from the scrutiny of an on-site White House press corps,” WHCA President Jeff Mason said in a statement.
Mason, a White House correspondent for Reuters, also said he would meet Sunday with incoming Press Secretary Sean Spicer in an attempt to “get more clarity on exactly what they are suggesting.”
“The briefing room is open now to all reporters who request access,” he said. “We support that and always will. The WHCA will fight to keep the briefing room and West Wing access to senior administration officials open.”
Spicer told Fox News’ “Media Buzz” hours earlier that the potential change is in response to the “off the chart” demand to cover Trump.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- The most interesting thing Pittsburgh Steelers running back Le'Veon Bell said after another record-setting playoff performance had nothing to do with his numbers. He didn't want to celebrate his 170 yards or the way his team rode his back for 30 carries in an 18-16 AFC Divisional win over Kansas City. Instead, Bell set the tone with one quick comment about Pittsburgh's next opponent, the New England Patriots. "We have a little chip on our shoulders," Bell said of next Sunday's AFC Championship Game matchup. "We feel like we owe those guys one."
It is possible that no Green Bay Packers quarterback will ever make a play to match Bart Starr's sneak to win the Ice Bowl a half century ago. In subzero, subhuman conditions, Starr beat the Dallas Cowboys on sheer willpower at a time when the NFL would never consider pushing back a game like it did on Sunday for the Pittsburgh Steelers and Kansas City Chiefs.
Iowa's trip to Evanston was a mess from the get-go and only got worse, and the Hawkeyes fell to 3-3 in the Big Ten with an 89-54 loss. Jok played only 21 minutes in the loss, most coming in the first half, and he was hounded by the Wildcat defense into 2-for-9 shooting and four points before spending most of the second half on the bench with his warmup shirt on. Jok could be seen receiving treatment for his back on the bench, though it didn't appear serious; it did warrant mention by Fran McCaffery after the game, however.
Iowa's offense couldn't take care of the ball, its transition defense was disinterested and the Hawkeyes couldn't keep Northwestern's bigs from getting good post position and offensive rebounds. Oh, and Bryant McIntosh picked a stellar game to get over his season-long slump, hitting 9-for-11 from the field and finishing with 20 points and 10 assists. Other than that, Mrs. Lincoln says the play was fine.
Since 1979, REM Iowa has provided quality services to adults and children with intellectual and developmental disabilities and other complex challenges. We also offer services for adults with brain injuries and provide a range of programs, including residential services and day and vocational programs. Our personalized approach maximizes each person's unique efforts to learn, grow and thrive in the communities they call home. REM Iowa is a partner of The MENTOR Network, a national network of local health and human services providers offering an array of quality, community-based services across the country.
In our Host Home program, people with intellectual and developmental disabilities
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FOXBOROUGH, Mass. — This was a player nobody wanted.
Dion Lewis was nearly out of football. A 2011 fifth-round pick, the running back bounced around from Philly to a training camp tour with the hapless Cleveland Browns, who released him on cut day 2014. He signed on for a one-week stint with the Colts.
Eventually, the New England Patriots brought him in for a tryout and signed him in the 2015 offseason.
Now, he’s one of their key players on their plot to another Super Bowl run.
Lewis was the spark in New England’s dominant 34-16 victory against the Houston Texans Saturday night in the divisional round of the playoffs, scoring three touchdowns.