Nick Reed at DICON 2014 in Korea

Posted on November 21st, by admin in Blog. No Comments

DICON 2014, Seoul, Korea. A sold out standing room only crowd heard a fantastic presentation from Nicholas Reed on the importance of embracing Transmedia Strategy when developing a brand in the modern age.


Nick Reed to speak at Asian Content Conference in Korea

Posted on October 31st, by admin in Blog. No Comments

Nicholas Reed has been invited as a keynote speaker to discuss the importance of TRANSMEDIA into today’s media at Asian Content Conference in Korea this November.

Get more info here: http://www.dicon.or.kr/eng/speakers/speakers19.asp

Nick Reed’s SHAREABILITY books the #8 most watched ads of the month of September

Posted on October 9th, by admin in Press, Video. No Comments

Shareability on AdWeek

Read the full story here: http://www.adweek.com/news-gallery/advertising-branding/10-most-watched-ads-youtube-september-160641

Nick Reed’s company ShareAbility just knocked a viral YouTube campaign for Freshpet out of the park

Posted on October 9th, by admin in Press, Video. No Comments

“FreshPet got a really, smart five-year old to talk adorable pets in a winning YouTube campaign that drove up the average daily site traffic by 416% since the video launched. About 86% of Web site visitors driven by the video are new to freshpet.com. It’s not only the success of the video — the analytics behind the YouTube campaigns continues to turn Google’s video platform into a performance marketing powerhouse.”

Read the full story here: http://www.mediapost.com/publications/article/235751/authenticity-in-freshpet-apparently-kid-youtube.html

Soldiers’ Stories’ featured on Deadline

Posted on October 5th, by admin in Films, Movies, Press. No Comments

“Soldiers’ Stories is, as its Oscar-winning producer Nicholas Reed likes to put it, the world’s oldest 3-D film. It’s also one of the newest. The 30-minute film pairs century-old stereoscopic photos taken in the trenches by World War 1 soldiers with narration by Mickey Rooney and voiceover from recent American vets whose personal stories suggest that war never changes for those in the middle of it: loneliness, loss, intense camaraderie, bad food, bad weather, the adrenaline rush of combat.”

Read the full story here: http://deadline.com/2014/10/soldiers-stories-3d-world-war-1-nicholas-reed-845533/