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United Breaks Guitars: Song 2
Music (Music Videos), Viral (Pick-me-ups)
[ 4:24 - from YouTube ]
When United Airlines broke his guitar, Dave Carroll of the group Sons of Maxwell, said he would make 3 music videos about his experience. On Tuesday August 5 Dave reconvened his video team to shoot the second video in the trilogy, United Breaks Guitars: Song 2. Once again, everyone volunteered their time and talent to produce an outstanding video. However, Song 2 was a much bigger production than United Breaks Guitars. In addition to the main roles, they had nearly 100 extras, and in order to say everything they wanted to say with the video, they required a broken guitar, an imitation broken guitar, a 40 foot high scissor lift, a limousine (complete with secret service agents), one genuine imitation space capsule, a space suit, a tuba, three suits of German Lederhosen, a canoe, one white panel van and a woman willing to wear tights and a big dollar sign.
eGuider: Tim Street
Chief Creative / CEO APE Digital Inc.
Tim Street is a Writer, Producer, Director, and Creator/Executive Producer of the popular viral video French Maid TV. As one of the industry’s most successful viral video producers, his online videos have totaled over 35 million downloads and his productions constantly skyrocket to the top of the charts. In addition to creating online viral videos, Tim is a sought after paid speaker and award-winning short form director. In 2008 Tim launched APE Digital a multi-platform digital studio that focuses on the creation and acquisition of emotionally engaging content for young men. Tim's speaking credits include Digital Hollywood, Mac World, Blog World, NATPE, New Media Expo, ITVFest, LATVFest, Inbound Marketing Summit, Promax BDA and Podcast Academy. Tim has produced short and long form TV for Paramount, Universal, Warner Bros., ABC, CBS, NBC, FOX, The WB, UPN, Fine Living, Food Network, Game Show Network, Nickelodeon, Spike TV and many others. Tim sits on the Advisory Board of the Association for Downloadable Media (ADM), an industry association focused on providing advertising and audience measurement standards for episodic and downloadable media. In 2009 Tim was inducted into the International Academy of Web Television. Tim blogs at 1TimStreet.com. He resides in Los Angeles and is represented by United Talent Agency.