Chip Carter

Chip Carter

20 years in national multi-media

Writer/video producer with 20 years in national multimedia. Huffington Post contributing writer. Specialize in business, science-tech and lifestyle topics but also cover many other verticals.

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The Huffington Post

A Christmas Gift for Parents Everywhere | The Huffington Post

My Christmas contribution to The Huffington Post for harried parents everywhere.

The Huffington Post

A New Year's Resolution Worth Making | The Huffington Post

A New Year's Resolution Worth Making | The Huffingt...

My Bad Day

I broke my neck and walked away -- humor meets horror in the waters off Daytona Beach, FL


The End of the Road: Kerouac in St Pete by Chip Carter - issuu

The End of the Road: Kerouac in St Pete by Chip Car...

Popular Science

HISTORY Channel's "Mountain Men"

History Channel's "Mountain Men" take it back old school style.

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Is Bill Gates buying up farms in Vidalia? Documents and growers ...

Is Bill Gates buying up farms in Vidalia? Documents...

Snake Hunter Cleaning Up Florida's Everglades One Burmese Python at a Time

Capt. Jeff Fobb is sick and tired of these motherlovin' snakes in this motherlovin' swamp...

Suswa article

VIDEO: Heritage and History: Vidalia's Sweet Success

I produced and directed this look at the heritage and history of Vidalia's unique sweet onion, one of the happiest accidents in history.

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Competition from improved Peruvian agronomy and economy puts a twist on onion future

It’s been about 40 years since south Georgia Vidalia onion growers took what was once just a local favorite and turned it into an international food star. In fact, those farmers were so successful they created an entirely new category at the supermarket: The sweet onion deal that now goes...


Outback family recipes and memories by Chip Carter - issuu

This is a special holiday section I created in conjunction with OSI, Inc. (the Outback family of restaurants).

Revi article

VIDEO: Milk in a bag and an 80-pound fruit?

I produced and directed this peek inside Loblaw's showcase Montreal store, built in a historic old train station.

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Iowa-born Norman Ernest Borlaug left his legacy as a Texan

by Chip Carter | October 30, 2012
“The first essential component of social justice is adequate food for all mankind.” — Norman Borlaug, Nobel Peace Prize acceptance speech
He was born in Iowa, educate...


Newsweek: The Strength of Steel

When GMC was looking to show off the strengths of the new Sierra, they came to me for a piece on the history and durability of steel. It's pretty strong stuff!


Nwa centennial special by Chip Carter - issuu

I worked with the National Watermelon Association (yes, there is such a thing) for this special piece to celebrate its recent centennial – it’s now in the Smithsonian as part of a display devoted to that.