Our friends at Daymark had a story they needed told. It's a story about how they help youth from across the state, as well as surrounding areas. Daymark knew that their story needed a company that would care for it and tell it the right way. The Media Center has been telling stories like this for a while now and we have gotten really good at it. We are here to help tell your story, because that’s what we do.
This year the YWCA of Charleston asked The Media Center if we could again use our knowelge to live steam and record the Women of Achievement lunch. Of course we said yes, because we are more than happy tp help honor women who are working so hard to empower women. This year The Media Center pulled out all the stops, mutipal cameras, professional live sound mixer, graphics, live feed of the event at the event as well as to the internet, and recording the event and posting it to YouTube so people could go back and watch it again and again.
When Joe Justice of Advantage Technology needed a studio to record various staff members for a new campaign he utilized the studio, staff and equipment of The Media Center for a smooth shoot. The Media Center is happy to let everyone from local businesses to big production comapines use our green screen studio. With out advanced equipment and our experienced staff we can help anyone have a smooth and sucessful shot in out studio.
On Tuesday, December 8 Thomas Memorial Hospital revealed the new Herbert J. Thomas, Jr., Hall of Honor. This event brought in Veterans, Gold Star Mothers, and dignitaries from around the area to honor West Virginia’s first Medal of Honor recipient. During the event Thomas Memorial Hospital Honored Herbert J. Thomas, Jr., with the reading of his 1944 Medal of Honor Citation, the playing of Taps by Bugler Elizabeth Given, a Rifle Volley from The Donel C. Kinnard Honor Guard, and Amazing Grace played by Pipe Major, Tom Brown.
A few days ago The Media Center was in Wheeling WV providing satellite uplinks and coverage for an event. During this event it was announced that The Health Plan, a health organization, is relocating their corporate headquarters to Wheeling. The Health Plan was originally from West Virginia, but moved its corporate headquarters to St. Clairsville OH. In his presentation the President and CEO of The Health Plan, Jim Pennington, said that he was extremely proud to say that The Health Plan was coming home to West Virginia.
The Opus Chorale of Charleston, West Virginia will be presenting the American premiere of Requiem by Norwegian composer Kim André Arnesen on April 12 at 3pm. The Requiem Mass is one of the oldest liturgies of the church with centuries old versions in existence. Arnesen uses traditional musical settings and text while in the third movement seamlessly weaving in the Emily Dickenson poem “If I Can Stop One Heart From Breaking”. Though out the 50 minute work Kim Arnesen’s passion for composing music that strengthens the soul is heard in a variety of rhythmic and musical techniques.
MVB Financial Corp., celebrated the grand opening of its newest financial center location in downtown Charleston, West Virginia, with a ribbon cutting ceremony and grand opening celebration Thursday, March 26, 2015. The ceremony marked the official grand opening of the new financial center, the first for MVB Bank in the Kanawha Valley and the first Class A office construction in downtown Charleston in two decades.
On Friday, March 6th, 2015, from noon-1:30 p.m., the 19th annual YWCA Women of Achievement Awards luncheon took place at Embassy Suites in downtown Charleston, WV with a sold-out crowd of 500 attendees.
This year’s YWCA honorees were Sharon Flanery; Kitty Dooley; BrickStreet Empowerment Award winner, Amy Thomas; and Judy Wellington.
The Humane Society of Raleigh County, Inc. is a non-profit organization, which has been serving people and pets since 1979. Its mission is to prevent animal abuse and neglect. Located in Beckley, West Virginia, the animal shelter staff provides adoption opportunities and public education. The shelter has transitioned from euthanizing 80 percent of the animals housed there to euthanizing none, just over two years ago. With this change in philosophy, the shelter’s operating costs have increased exponentially.