In 2011, Ashton Kutcher, the “President of Pop Culture” for Popchips launched a viral social media search for his “Vice President of Pop Culture”. Diane Mizota created the winning video, beginning her successful collaboration with Popchips, and brands have been seeking out her talent ever since. For three years, she created video content covering pop culture events, featuring celebrities like Bruno Mars and Heidi Klum, identified and enlisted social influencers as brand ambassadors, and grew the brand’s social media.
Diane also worked for Yahoo for six years, hosting and creating branded content for Yahoo and sponsors such as P&G, Kellogg’s and JC Penney, eventually parlaying her production experience and social media knowledge into brand and media consulting.
In 2014, Diane founded Zota Productions, a full-service production company specializing in video content and events. With her unique background in pop culture, commercials, branded content, corporate video, social media, digital influencers, and blogging, clients now seek Diane’s organic storytelling skills to produce authentic, engaging video campaigns.