After seven years of producing premium quality content, My Damn Channel is expanding its focus to talent management — and taking on a new name to do so.
It’s the question creators constantly face — remain independent, or sell the rights to your work and deal with the consequences? Grace Helbig, after five years with My Damn Channel, is striking out on her own.
My Damn Channel is looking for a few hundred original comedy series to launch in 2013. The company has hired Eric Mortensen, formerly at Blip, as its director of programming and acquisitions, a new role.
Two of the funniest women in comedy today. A channel that brought together cop show parodies and sci-fi drama. A series that created a community. And a brand that pushed the boundaries of serialized content. For those who like web video, 2012 was a great year.
The web’s most popular Jane Austin adaptation gets a big deal. The value of mainstream celebrities might not measure up to web celebrities. Some people actually miss Myspace. And other things learned from the New York Television Festival.
YouTube is getting its first live comedy show: My Damn Channel Live is going to be live streamed on the site every weekday. It’s a big step for YouTube as it wants people to stay around longer – and a huge deal for My Damn Channel.
In this video interview, CEO Rob Barnett discusses what’s kept My Damn Channel sustainable over the years, calls out industry naysayers as being “cynical” and says what piece of technology he believes may be a game-changer — for the entire online video industry.
Live on video, the creators of My Damn Channel’s new therapy-satirizing web series, SUPEREGO discuss the series’ development with Fox Television’s 15 Gigs, the relationship with My Damn Channel and what the future might hold for the Charlie Knight character.
My Damn Channel, the home of web series classics like Wainy Days and You Suck at Photoshop, has closed $4.4 million in Series B financing. The investment is lead by Intuitive Venture Partners, with some original Series A investors also chipping in.
My Damn Channel is launching a custom app for Boxee today, allowing users of the software easy access to MDC’s full library of content — including Wainy Days and You Suck at Photoshop — on TV sets and beyond.
Comedy site My Damn Channel is bringing the New York stage show Celebrity Autobiography to web audiences sadly deprived of the chance to hear Kristin Johnston’s interpretation of the writings of Mr. T.
[show=icemanchronicles size=large]Here’s the pitch: A show that’s like David Lynch’s Twin Peaks, with slightly bumbling, wacky characters and an unconventional approach to…
[show=easytoassemble size=large]When the second season of Illeana Douglas’s IKEA-sponsored Easy to Assemble premiered last fall on My Damn Channel, it promised fans…
From the kind-of-makes-you-wonder-why-this-doesn’t-happen-more-often department: A critically acclaimed mockumentary TV show from 2004 that died along with the cable network (Trio) it aired…
You Suck at PhotoShop was hands down the funniest online series I’ve seen in a long time, and now the guys behind…