You really need to watch ‘The Movement’. Activist, writer and Mic editor Darnell L. Moore hosts this important new web series about unexpected and inspirational survival stories from around the country.
Flip the Script's first season got over 43 million hits since it's premiere, so I'm excited to see it back for a second season. What's more, you can expect Season 2 to pack an even more powerful punch.
Mic asked readers what they wanted to know about the Iran deal. Young people from around the world submitted video questions on a wide range of issues related to the deal: how inspections of Iran's program will work, how the deal affects Israel, what the deal means for U.S.-Iran relations and much more.
Our very own Daisy Rosario hosted Mic’s “Future Present” series, which explores how technology is making the world a better place. In all, Daisy appeared in five Season 1 videos. (FYI: The Facebook versions of the videos got over 10 million views.)
Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian is teaming up with Joshua Topolsky's The Verge for a 10-part web series that tells the stories behind the early days of New York-based tech startups. […] Ohanian described the show in elevator pitch-style as "Inside the Actor’s Studio meets Dirty Jobs for tech in New York."
A variety talkshow for The Verge, recorded in front of a live audience in New York.
I developed the The Verge's signature review style before the site launched, and helped it evolve over the years.
I helped The Verge develop a style and strategy for video coverage at events ranging from Apple keynotes to political conventions.
I produced The Verge's first feature video before the launch of the site in October 2011, and helped lead and develop Verge Video's award-winning short doc efforts over the next 3 years.