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|Founded||London, UK (2007)|
Wil Harris (Co-Founder, Managing Director)|
Justin Gayner (Co-Founder, Creative Director)
Number of employees
Shows and talent[edit | edit source]
ChannelFlip works with UK-based comedic TV and online talent.
- Robert Llewellyn - Machine of the Week Report (The MoWer) and Carpool.
- David Mitchell - David Mitchell's SoapBox – a series of short monologues co-written with John Finnemore. In these monologues Mitchell has criticized a variety of subjects, including the popular BBC show Doctor Who and 3D television.
- Richard Hammond - Richard Hammond's Tech Head - a weekly web series in which Top Gear's Richard Hammond discuss the latest technology happenings.
- Dawn Porter - Bad Girl Guides – six-part series providing lighthearted advice to women.
- Harry Hill - Little Internet Show - a sketch based comedy show.
- Simon's Cat - Simon's Cat, YouTube star
- Jonti Picking - MrWeebl, YouTube star
- Stuart Ashen - a.k.a. Ashens, a YouTube star who also worked with ChannelFlip in producing the Internet comedy film "Ashens and the Quest for the GameChild".
History[edit | edit source]
Acquisition[edit | edit source]
The Multiverse[edit | edit source]
In late 2012, ChannelFlip launched The Multiverse, a YouTube Channel that focused on "geek flavoured entertainment." The channel was created as a result of YouTube's original content partner scheme. Since then, videos uploaded to The Multiverse have included notable YouTubers including Ashens, Jack and Dean and Chris Kendall. The science fiction webshow Chronicles of Syntax is exclusively available on The Multiverse. As of the summer of 2014, the Multiverse ceased uploading videos to the channel. due to having their funding (from YouTube) abruptly stopped.
HuHa![edit | edit source]
Fronted by Jonti Picking HuHa is a YouTube Channel that is focused on "animation".
YouTube Comedy Week[edit | edit source]
Successes[edit | edit source]
See also[edit | edit source]
References[edit | edit source]
- "About Us". ChannelFlip. Archived from the original on 16 June 2013. Retrieved 18 May 2013.
- Gayner, Justin (2007-11-14). "Internet TV: Let's do show right here". London: The Independent. Retrieved 2009-02-24.
- Strange, Adario (2007-08-14). "Exclusive: UK Podcast Network Channel Flip Debuts Next Month". Wired. Retrieved 2009-02-24.
- Robert, Llewellyn. "Carpool". ChannelFlip. Retrieved 18 May 2013.
- Fletcher, Alex. "David Mitchell rants about TV credits: Video Soapbox". Digital Spy. Retrieved 18 May 2013.
- Mitchell, David (2010-08-19). "3D (technology), Film, Television (Technology), Media". The Guardian. London.
- Hammond, Richard. "Richard Hammond's Tech Head". Channel Flip.
- Porter, Dawn. "Bad Girl Guides". ChannelFlip. Retrieved 18 May 2013.
- Hill, Harry. "Little Internet Show". ChannelFlip. Archived from the original on 15 October 2010. Retrieved 18 May 2013.
- Cat, Simons. "Simon's Cat". ChannelFlip. Retrieved 18 May 2013.
- Picking, Jonti. "MrWeebl". ChannelFlip. Retrieved 18 May 2013.
- Ashen, Stuart. "Ashens". ChannelFlip. Retrieved 2014-06-29.
- Sweney, Mark (2012-01-06). "Elisabeth Murdoch's Shine buys ChannelFlip". The Guardian. London.
- Kanter, Jake (2013-05-16). "ChannelFlip TV Red Tape is Driving Talent Online". Broadcast Now. London.
- Shearman, Sarah. "YouTube rolls out first original content channels in UK". Media Week. Retrieved 18 May 2013./
- Kilby, Phil. "Chronicles Of Syntax: Science Fiction, From Yorkshire". The Culture Vulture. Retrieved 18 May 2013.
- "The Multiverse YouTube Channel". Retrieved 26 July 2014./
- Ashen, Stuart. "All the channels had their funding abruptly stopped except one, I believe". StuartAshen. Retrieved 19 September 2015./
- Webdale, Jonathan. "ChannelFlip cues up the quips". C21 Media. Retrieved 23 May 2013.
- Fletcher, Alex. "Vince Vaughn, David Mitchell, Jamie Oliver for YouTube Comedy Week". Digital Spy. Retrieved 23 May 2013.