Two pioneers in the online video space have come together to create and distribute four new comedy series. Who knew these guys weren’t already partners?
My Damn Channel will produce four original comedy series for Blip, including new seasons of My Damn Channel hits Wainy Days and Daddy Knows Best, and two others currently in development. These series will premiere simultaneously on Blip and My Damn Channel in exclusive 30-day windows, before being made available on other outlets.
“My Damn Channel is creating some of the best content online and we are working with them to develop new series and share their existing series with the widest audience possible,” said Blip CEO Kelly Day. “We want people who love comedy to discover great new shows and share them with their friends, and this partnership helps us do that.”
“Blip has a large, loyal audience plus a great management and sales team. Our new partnership brings the best of our original comedy series to more fans and brands,” said My Damn Channel Founder/CEO, Rob Barnett. “The past 12 months have been groundbreaking for premium original programming and we love that more majors like YouTube, MSN Entertainment and Blip are backing us to produce original comedy with great talent.”
Check out the new content at their Digital Content NewFronts lunch presentation, taking place Wednesday, May 1, in NYC.