Why Did YouTube Comedy Duo Smosh Split Up?

In 2017, Ian Hecox and Anthony Padilla, the founders of the comedy YouTube channel Smosh, split up. The Smosh YouTube channel was one of the … Source link

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Studio71 Signs All 8 Smosh Channels, Unveils New Podcast With Amanda Cerny, Sommer Ray

… Mythical Entertainment after the dissolution of previous owner Defy Media, has partnered all eight of its YouTube channels (that count a collective 45 … Source link

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Rhett & Link's Mythical Entertainment Paid Roughly $10 Million For Smosh (Report)

… Reporter notes, will vastly expand the Mythical empire to 70 million subscribers and 250 million monthly views across 14 total YouTube channels. Source link

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Inside Rhett & Link's $10 Million Deal for Smosh

Mythical Entertainment's agreement to acquire Smosh out of the Defy Media shutdown brings together two long-running YouTube channels. Source link

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A New Hope: Mythical's Acquisition of Smosh As A Model For Creators On YouTube

This new development is a positive sign for the popular YouTube comedy channel, which has been hard these past few years by the exit of YouTube … Source link

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It's Official: Smosh Has Been Acquired By Rhett & Link's Mythical Entertainment

Smosh added that its four existing YouTube channels — Smosh, Smosh Pit, El Smosh, and Smosh Games, which count 41 million subscribers … Source link

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Shane Dawson exposes SMOSH parent company in brutal video

Adams spoke on his hosting work with YouTube channel Clevver, which was likewise under the Defy umbrella, claiming that he was threatened with … Source link

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Smosh reassure fans as they're left looking for 'new home'

The digital media company, known for representing channels like Smosh and … is a comedy YouTube channel, currently boasting 23 million subscribers. … Fans and employees alike have been sharing…

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Defy Media, home of YouTube superstars Smosh, is shutting down

Smosh, Smosh Games, and Clevver are some of YouTube's most popular channels, but their teams are looking for a new studio in the wake of news … Source link

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