Nick Vivion

 
Nick Vivion

Nick Vivion is a reporter for Tnooz, based in New Orleans, USA.

His passion for travel technology led him to travel around the world shooting travel videos for Current TV and Lonely Planet TV in 2006 and 2007.

He shot on Mini-DV, edited on a white MacBook, uploaded and shared online as he traveled. His moxie for travel video has resulted in over two million views on his YouTube partner channel.

In addition to travel, Nick co-founded of one of the web’s most talked about LGBT media sites, Unicorn Booty, and has gone "blog-to-brick" with a bricks-and-mortar restaurant called Booty's Street Food in New Orleans – serving street food from around the world.

 
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It must be the week of the travel planning — just as Hipmunk announced a trip planning feature, RoadTrippers is now offering …

 
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Today’s startup pitch comes to us from Berlin, where HomeToGo operates a metasearch engine for vacation rentals. The startup has just raised …

 
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The UK is quite different than the US when it comes to engaging with travel content and making bookings, a recent report …

 
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Beyond the basic portability of the iPhone, there hasn’t been an innovation geared towards global travelers — until the Apple SIM came …

 
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Hipmunk has long been a bastion of simplicity — one interface that grids out the various flight options for a specific flight …

 
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In a candid one-on-one, Expedia boss Dara Khosrowshahi shared his thoughts on tours and activities, China, vacation rentals and the company’s growth …

 
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The adventure travel trade has seen new startups come along over the past year, from Inspired Challenge to Embark.org. The latest entry into …

 
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Beyond the impending doom of Tropical Storm Bill, there were two clear standouts from this year’s HITEC in Austin 2015: robots and …

 
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One of the more interesting announcements to come out of HITEC is the integration of Google’s Chrome OS into products for hotels …

 
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Uber co-founder Garrett Camp’s startup studio Expa has followed its restaurant app Reserve with a travel app called Spot. This app promises …

 
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