When the Ice Cream Hits the Fan
Summary: When the Ice Cream Hits the Fan
We've got some exciting new changes coming up!
Daniel and Jeffery Harmon interview Jim Lauderback, CEO of VidCon. He talks about his journey from TV to internet media and how events can shape the way you market and network your business.
Daniel Interviews Tisha from Tisha Unarmed and Life With Feet, two youtube channels that highlight what it’s like to live without arms. Tisha reached virality with her video “how to make a sandwich without arms,” and since then, has built her channel to normalize and bring awareness to her disability. Her goal is to answer people’s questions in a positive, humorous way, and show us that not even her challenges have stopped her from pursuing a creative career.
At vidsummit Daniel interviews Devin Weber, social media guru behind the incredibly successful Braille Skateboarding youtube channel, which has 3.7 million subscribers and gets 25 million views per month. She talks about youtube demographics, why being consistent with your uploads is so critical, and how she’s shaped Braille Skateboarding’s brand.
We interview Shay Carl Butler, a hugely successful vlogger and youtube personality with 2.9 billion views and nearly 3,000 videos. He shares his experiences on how he got started, why you shouldn’t hate changing algorithms, and how to use Social Bluebook—an online tool that helps content creators know what to charge for endorsement deals.
We interview Dan Markham, the creator of What's Inside, a popular youtube channel with over 6 million subscribers. He talks about how he built his following, what it's like to collaborate with a 12-year-old, and how they come up with their ideas.
Daniel and Benton chat with Stacey Harkey from Studio C, talks about leaving BYUtv and the comedy sketch crew's new adventure, JK Studios. At VidSummit 2018, Daniel and Benton interviewed faces in online entertainment and advertising.
Our book is coming out! Daniel Harmon and Benton Crane interview Chris Jones, the author of From Poop To Gold, and talk about why they decided to publish the Harmon Brothers method instead of keeping it a secret.
Benton and Daniel are on the road at Vidsummit interviewing Mathew Faraci, Harmon Brother’s PR wizard. They talk about their initial resistance to public relations, how Faraci changed their minds, and why it matters. Also, teasers on Harmon Brother’s future plans to expand beyond advertising.
From creative ad agency, the Harmon Brothers. Daniel Harmon and Bryson Alley, a VFX HB team member, dicuss Bryson's journey into film, and how sometimes one has to risk everything to find out what lights their fire.
CCO Daniel Harmon and CEO Benton Crane talk about how you can use brand characters to make your advertising more memorable and unique than your competitors.
James Dayton talks about how he stumbled into the creative industry as a child stunt double. Now a Creative Director at HB, he talks about what he's learned and how he ended up leading one of our most recent projects.
We all have to pave our own path, and for some, it takes longer to get to where you want. But that makes the payoff that much sweeter. Daniel interviews an HB editor and crew member, Jake Christensen, about his journey into creativity and film and the hurdles and side-quests he's had along the way.
We interrupt our regular broadcast to bring you a brief announcement.
Daniel, Mandy, and Shane get vulnerable and talk about they times they doubt their abilities as creators. Diving into The Imposter Syndrome and how to combat it, the three talk about some personal and professional experiences, failures, and victories.