Production in Washington, DC for the APRN educational video.
SolidLine is proud to announce the release of its new educational video production, Consensus Model for APRN Regulation. The production, produced for the National Council of State Boards of Nursing (NCSBN), was filmed across the US during 2010, including locations at Rush University in Chicago, the University of Pennsylvania, Family Health Birth Center in Washington, DC, University of Kentucky, the American Nurses Association in Maryland, and Fox Chase Cancer Center in Philly.

In 2007, nurse leaders, representing over 144 nursing organizations, gathered over a one year period to develop new national standards for advanced practice registered nurses. These standards, when adopted by each state, will ensure that the education, accreditation, certification, licensure and practice requirements for advanced practice registered nurses are the same throughout the country. This will increase mobility of advanced practice registered nurses and allow them to move to other states without having to meet different licensure requirements. The SolidLine produced production illustrates how the new changes outlined in the Consensus Model ensure public safety by making certain that an APRN in one state is equivalent to APRNs in every other state.

Check out the complete educational video production here.


It's been another whirlwind year here at SolidLine Media, and we've covered more ground than ever before. This year, the SolidLine crew has traveled not only across the US, but internationally to Europe, Japan, and China as well. Overall the SolidLine crew was on the road for a record 125 days in 2010 visiting 32 US states and 3 continents. And getting to all these productions meant traveling 37,000 miles on the ground in the SolidLine bus and countless more miles in the air during 75 flights. Now that's a lot of gear moving around...

It has truly been a great year though and we thank all of our wonderful clients in the US and across the globe for your support of SolidLine. We love you all and look forward to a wonderful and prosperous 2011!


Thanks to the good folks at CherryVale Mall in Rockford, IL for letting the SolidLine crew take over part of the mall for our shoot!
Each year SolidLine attempts to do something fun with the official company Christmas card, and this year was no exception. Complete details cannot be released until all cards have been received, however, you may just get the idea from the photo on the right. If you haven’t received an official SolidLine Christmas card but want one, it’s not too late! Become a fan on Facebook or Twitter and send us a message...we will be sure to get you one right away!



Last Month's Puzzler

How many green bean casseroles will be served this Thanksgiving?

Unfortunately we did NOT have a winner last month, but several of our loyal followers did make a solid attempt. Amazingly the final tally of anticipated green bean casseroles to be served this year was a whopping 40 million. So, if our math is correct, that leaves around 39 million green bean casseroles that were recently dumped in our nations’ landfills...

The New Puzzler!

We here at SolidLine enjoy the spirit of Christmas. What does that mean? presents of course! But...we also enjoy a good challenge. So we combined our love for giving presents and a good challenge together for this edition of the NewsReel. And that's where our Christmas light themed puzzler comes into play...

Our first ever double puzzler features 2 questions. We even made it easy with multiple choice questions. The first email with 2 correct answers will win our best prize of the year...a SolidLine branded fleece jacket AND a SolidLine knit hat.

Question #1: Electric Christmas tree lights were first used in what year?
A. 1865
B. 1895
C. 1905
D. 1932

Question #2: How many Christmas lights did Clark Grizwold have on his house in National Lampoons Christmas Vacation?
A. 25,000
B. 10,000
C. 5,000
D. 40,000

Think you know the answer? Send it in to Our first email with the right answer will win a SolidLine branded fleece jacket, perfect for the current sub zero temperatures.


"We were certainly no experts in developing high quality video content of this type. SolidLine made the filming and editing process very enjoyable. They took us from total novices to a polished presentation with very little effort on our part. They are a great team to work with!"

Michael Taus
Director of Marketing
Profit Point


SolidLine Media is a full service production house focused on the development and creation of smart video productions across the US and the world. Our full-time in-house crew of professionals can handle any video production project, and create a final product that is fun to watch, and entertaining.

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16 Awards in 2010 to Date


Ryley Samantha Vass, Future Executive Producer

SolidLine welcomed its latest staff baby on Thanksgiving Day. Ryley Samantha, daughter of Executive Producer Greg Vass and wife Jodey, was born at 6:28pm on 11/26/2010. Weighing in at 7lb 9oz and 20" long, Ryley was born healthy and is doing great.


What is your favorite Christmas carol? Why?

Mike Petrik, Art Director

Christmas Time (Don't Let the Bells End) by The Darkness. The best Christmas carol by one of the best bands of all time. Listen to it here.

Ed Boe, Production Coordinator

After years of working in retail growing up, it is physically impossible for me to like Christmas carols. "Santa Baby", in particular is one of the worst.

Mars Sanford, Motion Graphics Designer

Carol of the bells. I like it because even if you don't really know the words, you can just sing crazy high-note gibberish until the 'merry merry merry Christmas' part and it still sounds cool.

Marcus Leshock, Writer

My favorite Christmas movie is Muppet XMAS Carol...I just want that to be known.

Michael Kromm, Creative Director

A Christmas Carol because of Jim Carry's performance. To me that is right up there with The Twist, which I love to dance to. Also, I love movies directed by Robert Zemeckis.

Greg Vass, Executive Producer

I like to sit by the fire with a mug of hot milk and listen to anything Michael Bolton...or Jefferson Starship.

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