Casey Neistat has done it again, releasing a holiday video for Samsung today with an enormous drone that lifts and flies the stunt-minded,
YouTube celebrity and tech entrepreneur Casey Neistat is joining the video team at CNN, bringing along with him Beme, the mobile video app he launched last year.
This was the year that Donald Trump dominated and demonized the media. That magazines built around news and analysis (New York, The New Yorker, Time) made the biggest impact, and produced the most eye-catching covers. That The People v. O.J. Simpson, Stranger Things and Samantha Bee ruled the tube—and Megyn Kelly found herself on both sides of the news.
When Casey Neistat isn't behind a camera sharing his daily life with an online audience the size that Bill O'Reilly or Jimmy Kimmel attracts, you might find him ripping open boxes. Lots of boxes. Most of the time, he doesn't know what's in them when they arrive. It might be an assortment of bottled organic juices from the Midwest or a set of fancy headphones.
What do you do when you've climbed to the top of a digital mountain?If you're Casey Neistat, you find a bigger mountain.
It was an unusually interesting week in digital marketing stats, with some numbers proving to be surprising and others mind-boggling. The following nine data points particularly got our attention.
Emirates Airlines recently upgraded Casey Neistat to first class. He filmed the experience, and it's a nine-minute testament to obscene flying decadence.
Ten years ago, when YouTube made its debut, the video-sharing site was better known for its mindless cat videos than for hosting slickly produced content teeming with talent.
Do consumers crave less-fake social media—with fewer filters and "likes" and more genuine back-and-forth? Casey Neistat, one of Adweek's Creative 100 picks, thinks so and has launched a reality-minded app called Beme to prove it.
Going viral used to be a digital equivalent of winning the lottery, but today's hottest content creators have cracked the code for bringing fans back again and again. For some, […]