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.

TripAdvisor Fargo Marketing watch: TripAdvisor users contribute new video advertising for cash prize
TripAdvisor Fargo 10 days ago

UPDATE: TripAdvisor reached out to Tnooz to share that the company actually boosted the winnings from $1k to $10k for all runners-up …

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The revenue specialists at eRevMax have compiled statistics on the chinese traveler, highlighting some key takeaways when targeting the Chinese travel industry. …

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Rather than concede to the pervasive mobile mapping app, Hertz has created a companion mobile app product to enhance the utility – …

ShareBetter signs credit 12 days ago

The ongoing saga of short-term rentals in New York City has been boosted in part by the legalization of the industry in …

Hilton Beijing 13 days ago

China has long been a lucrative hotel market, and has recently been heating up further as more hotel brands make the leap … subject matter 13 days ago

A new product is coming out of travel startup, a namesake iPad app to expand the emerging content platform’s reach. The …

Travelocity Gnome 16 days ago

An interesting analysis from Strike Social has found that, while Travelocity is outspending Expedia by over 9 to 1 in dollars spent, …

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After the on-going onslaught of tech news around “the PC is dead, long live mobile,” one would think the PC’s gravestone was …

Downtown San Francisco 17 days ago

The evolving regulatory environment surrounding short-term rentals accelerated this week, with San Francisco’s Board of Supervisors releasing clear rules framing short-term rentals. …

Mobile phone usage 18 days ago

Common knowledge is that the mobile phone has already supplanted the desktop in the cultural everyday – users across the planet are …


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