It's not rare that we are handed video tape and told to "make something" out of it. Actually, this is the kind of challenge we love, and we've done it for a national political party; training films; a sponsorship solicitations; a historical exposition; a health and fitness, and many more.
We handle the whole process, returning to you a "Golden Master" DVD, ready for duplication. (And, yes, if you like, we can handle that part too: packaging, design and replication.)
A note on why I don't cut for MTV:
As you might guess from our 30 years in the business, I'm an "old-school" cutter (video editor) and like to run our service that way. While we can, and have, cut flashier stacatto-style, our natural bent is toward "invisible" cutting. It could be age, I suppose, but honestly, it's more that I don't think anything is more important than your message, and invisible editing is the way to underline that.
(If you don't know what "invisible editing" is - it's editing transitions together so that they seem natural, and blend into the story-telling, so that the audience is not away of the editing process. Recent editing techniques place emphasis on the editing itself, making it part of the whole video experience. There's a place for that, to be sure... but it's not "every place.")
Here's an example of a modern cut, but using "invisible" editing techniques: