This event is all about Mimojo and how it can help you make professional videos on the go. We'll cover everything from using this app and some tips on how it can increase your business' revenue stream. Whether you're an investor, a film school student, or just someone who loves making videos, this event is for you.
Mick Reed A veteran of the New York independent film world, Mick is a pioneer in cloud solutions for video workflows. Mick was at the forefront of the DSLR revolution in news, training thousands of digital journalists on how to shoot video and developing ways for companies to create new streams of revenue from that content. This lead to his founding Clippn, a global leader in virtual post-production and video archive cataloging, in 2014. Mick’s latest venture is MiMojo, the easy way to send and receive mobile video for professional uses.
Mike Castellucci is an Emmy Award-winning journalist and creator of the popular “Phoning It In” series of half hour specials shot entirely on his phone. Castellucci's innovative work with his Apple iPhone has netted him worldwide attention and acknowledgment as a pioneer in mobile journalism. He teaches at the university level and gives workshops around the world while producing news segments in the fifth largest broadcast market in the U.S. In addition to his 27 Emmys, Mike's long list of awards includes 4 Edward R. Murrow Awards and TEGNA’s award for Innovative Storytelling.
Glen Mulcahy is the Director of Mojofest, the world’s longest running mobile content creators festival. A former Head of Innovation in the technology division of RTÉ, the Irish National Broadcaster, glen has worked in the broadcast industry for over 20 years. In 2009 Glen started training journalists in mobile journalism.