All Things Video

All Things Video is a podcast dedicated to uncovering the past and charting the future of the online video ecosystem. Listen to interviews with founders, executives, and thought leaders from the world’s leading media companies and engage in thought-provoking debates about the issues shaping the next generation of entertainment. From the short-form content revolution to the fragmentation of video viewership in an always-on world, All Things Video reveals the key trends and insights from the world of digital media.

Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 37m. Bisher sind 184 Folge(n) erschienen. Jede Woche gibt es eine neue Folge dieses Podcasts.

Gesamtlänge aller Episoden: 4 days 17 hours 8 minutes


Culture-Fitting Content for Global Audiences -- Teresa Phillips (Co-Founder & CEO, Spherex)

Teresa Phillips is the Co-Founder & CEO of Spherex, a technology company that uses machine learning to adapt entertainment content for international audiences. Teresa started her career in the U.S. Army, serving tours of duty at the Pentagon and NATO’s Allied Command Operations. She later worked as a Group VP of Business Operations at Time Warner Cable and VP of Business Intelligence at Yahoo before launching her first company, an educational video marketplace called Graspr in 2006...


 2021-09-21  44m

Redefining Social Giving for the Creator Age -- Larissa Rydin (VP Strategic Partnerships, Tiltify)

Larissa Rydin is the Vice President of Strategic Partnerships at Tiltify, a fundraising platform for live streamers to raise money for charities. Larissa has spent over a decade working for non-profits, including Children’s Home Network, St. Jude Children’s Hospital, Autism Speaks, and the Alzheimer’s Association. Prior to Tiltify, Larissa served as the Vice President of Strategic and Brand Partnerships for the United Way...


 2021-08-14  30m

Investing in the Future of the Creator Economy -- Rex Woodbury (Principal, Index Ventures)

Rex Woodbury is a Principal at Index Ventures, focusing primarily on the creator economy. Rex started his career in investment banking at Goldman Sachs, during which he time he also co-founded Worthy, an LGBTQ+ mentorship organization. Prior to Index, he worked in impact investing at the Rise Fund, growth investing at TPG, and growth strategy at Airtable. He publishes a weekly newsletter called Digital Native to share his thoughts about the intersection of people and technology...


 2021-06-18  53m

Creating Interactive Experiences within Virtual Events -- Steve Gottlieb (Founder & CEO, Shindig)

Steve Gottlieb is the Founder & CEO of Shindig, a video chat platform for large-scale online events. Prior to Shindig, Steve was the Founder & President of TVT Records, an independent record label that helped launch the careers of Nine Inch Nails, Ja Rule, Lil Jon, Pitbull, and other popular artists. Steve was also a founding member of the American Association of Independent Music and has been an active angel investor and advisor to several companies over the years...


 2021-06-13  43m

Sports Media, Live Stream Shopping, & The Future of Audio -- Christopher Erwin (Founder, RockWater Industries)

Christopher Erwin is the Founder of RockWater Industries, a strategic growth advisory firm for next-generation consumer brands. Chris started his career in finance and M&A before going to business school and transitioning into media and entertainment. Prior to RockWater, he served as the COO of Big Frame before and after the digital talent agency’s acquisition by AwesomenessTV...


 2021-05-12  52m

Celebrities vs. Influencers: The Changing Nature of Fame -- Evan Britton (Founder, Famous Birthdays)

Evan Britton is the Founder of Famous Birthdays, a website that profiles celebrities and social media stars in what Evan describes as "Wikipedia for Generation Z." Prior to Famous Birthdays, Evan founded Site Launcher to offer services to web domain registrants and later founded ResourceWebs, which operated a network of educational web properties.

In this episode, Evan and I examine the collision of traditional celebrities and Internet personalities...


 2021-04-26  35m

NFTs, Live Audio, and the Return to IRL Events -- Jim Louderback (GM & SVP VidCon, Viacom)

Jim Louderback is the GM & SVP VidCon at Viacom, overseeing the world’s largest event series for online video creators, fans, and industry executives. Jim began his career in consulting and publishing, helping companies navigate the transformation to online media. In 2007, he became the CEO of Revision3, one of the first online video networks, which Discovery acquired in 2012...


 2021-04-02  37m

An Inside Look at B2B Marketing -- Tom Pick (Founder, Webbiquity)

Tom Pick is the Founder of Webbiquity, a B2B marketing agency and strategy consultancy. Prior to launching Webbiquity, Tom spent 25 years in PR and digital marketing at SoftBrands, John B. Collins Associates, and KC Associates.

In this episode, Tom shares the secrets to successful B2B marketing...


 2021-03-26  50m

How to Navigate Advertising on Kids’ Content -- Charles Gabriel (Head of Global Advertising Sales, WildBrain Spark)

Charles Gabriel is the Head of Global Advertising Sales for WildBrain Spark, a premium kids and family AVOD network. Charles started his career in finance before transitioning to media, initially at Broadband Enterprises and later at 5min Media, AOL, and Maker Studios. Prior to joining WildBrain Spark, Charles served as the President of Apester and CRO of First Media U.S.

In this episode, Charles and I explore what advertising looks like in the children’s entertainment space...


 2021-03-25  34m

Influencer Marketing Deep Dive: The Rise of Short-Form Content & Algorithmic Recommendations -- Jason Falls (Director of Digital & Social Strategy, Cornett)

Jason Falls is the Director of Digital and Social Strategy at Cornett, a creative agency based in Lexington, KY. He’s also an author, frequent industry speaker, and the host of both Winfluence and the Digging Deeper podcasts. Jason started his career in PR at Doe Anderson before founding Social Media Examiner, which he sold in 2012. He then led digital strategy at CafePress and later Elasticity before joining Cornett in 2017...


 2021-03-18  44m