Rome Viharo is a former Wikipedian, local digital filmmaker and EMI recording artist who serves as the publisher of "Wikipedia, We Have a Problem," an online case study into harassment and abuses in social media, specifically Wikipedia. He is also the founder of aiki.wiki, a platform for large-scale online consensus building that combines both the benefits of Wikipedia and Reddit.
Since 2015, Viharo serves the founder and designer of Native Smart tech, a unique audience and content distribution technology platform for the mobile web, and the CEO for Audience Unlock, Inc. Previously he was the founder of Media Social, an early viral and social media audience acquisition agency which Viharo sold in 2011. Viharo was an early pioneer and content creator for viral marketing and new emerging digital media, producing new content for Anonymous Productions in 2005 before creative directing a small boutique viral marketing house, one of the first to use and adopt YouTube in early 2007.
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