Rome Viharo is an entreprenuer and digital/social media consultant with over 20 years experience in creative and innovative production and development across multiple genres as a audience development specialist, digital media planner, content strategist, creative director, recording artist/producer on EMI records, an award winning digital filmmaker, Slamdance alumni, producer, writer and editor.
He is currently the Co - Founder of Audience Box
and the Founder/Developer of AL 0 1 2, a collective editing platform that sorts discussions by rational consensus which is launching Jan 2014.
In 2013, Viharo helped Bloom Consulting develop media planning for the nations of Brazil andLuxembourg, consulted for Aerify Media helping them emerge into online video, and Kairos Transmedia launch strategies for partners Disney, Lego and Crayola.
From 2008 to 2011, Rome Viharo was the founder of Media Social, and innovated a unique viral and social video audience development product for Youtube for some of the biggest agencies and brands in the world, including OMD and Group M. Viharo was responsible for some of the biggest social campaigns in the world, including Jennifer Aniston's Smart Water campaign,Audi's Green Police Superbowl Campaign.
In 2011 Media Social was sold to Emerge Digital.
In 2011, he was the co-presenter of "Google Consciousness"
a TEDx talk that explored the concept of social media evolving to replace government as we know it today and played with the possibility that Google's search algorithm could have a form of sentience. The talk was #1 most popular TEDx talk in the world for 6 months and has remained in the Top 10 most popular TEDx talks ever since.
AL 0 1 2 and Collective Editing
Viharo's personal passion is collective editing or 'collective intelligence' and it's potential applications for large scale conflict resolution, problem solving, and negotiation. AL 0 1 2 first iteration is being launched January of 2014.