Channel Frederator Network is setting aside a $1 million creative fund to support its network members. The money will go towards production of new projects, and the opportunity to pitch ideas for a portion of the funding is open to all Network members.
“When a network member joins us, we make a promise to help them grow, embrace their dreams, and strive for success with their careers on the YouTube platform and outside of it as well,” said Kenny Ash, Director of Networks. “With this opportunity, we can work together and grow even further as a team and as a family.”
Jeremy Rosen, VP of Programming and Networks, commented: “Every day we come to the office thinking of how we can activate the inherent potential of our network members. What do they want to do? How do they want to surprise and delight their audience? Who do they want to become in the next three, five, or ten years? This development fund is a big part of how we hope to accomplish that.”
Applications are open now. Members will be invited to pitch their projects with details about what they are planning on producing and how much funding they are seeking.
“Frederator has been dedicated to saying ‘yes!’ to creators for 20 years, and we’ve helped catapult talent to the pinnacles of the video industries,” said Fred Seibert, President & CEO. “We established the Channel Frederator Network to extend our relationships across the globe and hope this latest creative fund will help new filmmakers realize their original visions and distribute them to communities everywhere.”
Channel Frederator Network is an animation, art, gaming and entertainment-focused multi-channel network with over 3,000 members. Since starting in 2015, the network has amassed over 140 million subscribers on YouTube with an average of 2.5 billion views per month. Members include 5 Minute Crafts, CircleToonsHD, Jaiden Animations, Domics, ChaoticCanineCulture, The Kindergarten, The Roundtable, Saberspark, Piemations, and more.
Frederator Network is a WOW! Unlimited Media company.
Find out more at www.frederator.com.