Sorting through the thousands and thousands of Kickstarter, Indiegogo, and other crowdfunding projects that go live every day can be daunting. That's why we're thrilled to welcome Kicked TV to the Mobile Nations family! Kicked is built around the Kicked Weekly show, a quick look at the top new and exciting crowdfunding projects out there that you might want to check out, and maybe even back yourself.
In addition to Kicked Weekly, there's also the Kicked #BTS show that gives an in-depth look behind the startup with the men and women behind these exciting projects. And the upcoming Kicked Reviews show will go hands-on with the products these upstarts want you to back.
Check out the latest episode of Kicked Weekly above, and be sure to visit youtube.com/kickedtv to check out Kicked's previous episodes — each clocks in at right around 4 minutes to give you all the latest without taking up too much of your time.
For more info you can visit Kicked.TV, and of course, you can subscribe to Kicked across the internet to have the latest videos delivered right to you wherever you want:
- Youtube - youtube.com/kickedtv
- Facebook - facebook.com/kickedtv
- iTunes - kicked.tv/itunes
- Twitter - twitter.com/kickedtv
- Instagram - instagram.com/kickedtv
Kicked TV - Crowdfunding Ideas You Need To Know About
YouTube channel and content series highlights the coolest people and products from the world of crowdfunding
New York, NY – Mobile Nations, an industry leader in tech media publishing, today unveiled its newest brand: Kicked (www.kicked.tv), a video series dedicated to the most compelling projects emerging from crowdfunding platforms including Kickstarter, Indiegogo, AngelList and more.
In addition to Kicked's YouTube channel, Kicked shows are also published to Facebook and iTunes.
- Kicked Weekly is recorded in-studio with hosts Dan Verville and Kim Gesell. Each week they list off the top five crowdfunding ideas in under four minutes
- Kicked #BTS debuts interviews with company founders and innovators that tell the story "behind the startup"
- Kicked Reviews goes hands-on with pre-release and new-to-market products and services that are launching via crowdfunding
"Our audience prides itself on being early adopters," said Kevin Michaluk, Chief Media Officer of Mobile Nations. "Historically, the products we've gotten most excited about have come from large, established companies. Crowdfunding is changing that. Now, thanks to the entrepreneurs and innovators, the community of backers and the social networks that connect us all, new and exciting projects can come from anywhere and anyone. That's why we're launching Kicked, to tap into that energy and passion, and to help bring attention to all the great ideas and the people behind them."
Kicked wants to hear about crowdfunding campaigns before they're announced
While the Kicked team constantly searches the internet for the coolest — and sometimes craziest — ideas each and every week, campaign creators are encouraged to reach out before they launch. To get your project in front of the Kicked team, contact email@example.com.
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Backers and fans who come across crowdfunding campaigns the Kicked team should know about can send flag using #kickedtv or @kickedtv
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