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Collective Digital Studio signs 7 YouTube superstars

The additions, including Mamrie Hart, Sam Pepper and Lily Singh (aka Superwoman), bring nearly 18 million new subscribers to CDS's MCN.
August 5, 2014

Collective Digital Studio (CDS) has expanded its roster with the signing of 7 YouTube stars, it announced on Monday. The new additions – Superwoman (Lilly Singh), FPS Russia, Mamrie Hart (pictured), Lauren Curtis, Explosm Entertainment, Madilyn Bailey and Sam Pepper – bring almost 18 million subscribers with them to the multi-channel network

“These creators represent a wide array of verticals, some of which are the fastest growing on YouTube and reflect our commitment to attracting the best talent,” said Dan Weinstein, president of CDS, in a statement.

CDS has more than 700 channels, featuring some of the biggest names on YouTube, including Rhett & Link, Epic Meal Time, Hannah Hart and Freddie Wong (co-creator of Video Game High School). Its property The Annoying Orange was picked up as a TV series by Cartoon Network in 2013, and Epic Meal Time’s Epic Meal Empire recently debuted on the FYI channel.

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  • http://NYC-ARTS.org Joe Harrell

    Are we just accepting “it’s” as the possessive form of “it” now? ” It’s property The Annoying Orange was picked up as a TV series by Cartoon Network in 2013, and Epic Meal Time’s Epic Meal Empirerecently debuted on the FYI channel.”

    • http://www.markheyert.com/ Mark Heyert

      Looks like they got it right on the first sentence with “has expanded its roster…” Why does this happen so often these days? Does real time mean real sloppy?

      • mkuburas

        Thanks for pointing out the typo, it’s been fixed. Apologies for the delay! We try to keep our eyes open for errors like this but unfortunately some get missed.

        • http://www.markheyert.com/ Mark Heyert

          Keeping fighting. The good fight!

  • Guest

    Good catch Joe, looks like they got it right on the first sentence with “has expanded its roster…” Why does this happen so often these days? Does real time mean real sloppy?

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