Fullscreen Media announced today that it has signed digital influencers Superfruit (pictured), Ricegum, LaVigne Life, Gemma Stafford and Collins Key to its Fullscreen Creator Network.
The quintet joins a Fullscreen talent lineup that includes Grace Helbig, The Fine Bros., Andrea Russett and Jack and Jack.
As part of the Fullscreen Creator Network, they be able to access to the company’s management, merchandising, sales, live touring, integrated marketing and programming teams to expand their reach and develop strategic partnerships.
Collectively known as the music and comedy duo Superfruit, best friends Mitch Grassi and Scott Hoying comprise 2/5ths of the Grammy Award-winning quintet Pentatonix. Superfruit regularly racks up more than 200,000 daily views on its YouTube channel, which features musical medleys, celebrity guest collaborators and comedy challenges. According to Tubular Labs, they have a cross-platform social reach of more than 2.1M.
Las Vegas-based Bryan Le, a.k.a. Ricegum, is a YouTube creator best known for his “These Kids Must Be Stopped” series, in which he roast popular web stars such as Loren Beech, Jacob Sartorius and Hunter Rowland. According to Tubular Labs, he has a cross-platform social reach of 3.3M.
LaVigne Life is the online brand of the LaVignes — parents Jerry and Dee, and their children Jordan and Jerry III — a multicultural family that lives in Arizona. Their YouTube channel has more than 339K subscribers and 73M views.
Gemma Stafford is a professionally-trained, Irish-born chef who hosts the online show “Gemma’s Bigger Bolder Baking.” According to Tubular Labs, he has a cross-platform social reach of 1M
Collins Key earned a spot as contestant on NBC’s “America’s Got Talent” after the producers saw his magic act on YouTube. After completing the 36–city America’s Got Talent National Tour, he opened for Demi Lovato on her 30-city Neon Lights Tour. He currently has more than one million followers on YouTube, as well as a steadily growing fan base on Snapchat, music.ly, Twitter and Instagram. According to Tubular Labs, she has a cross-platform social reach of 1M.
Founded in 2011 by CEO George Strompolos, Fullscreen Media is now majority-owned by Otter Media, a joint venture between AT&T and The Chernin Group. In April, it unveiled its long-awaited ad-free SVOD service, which has a lineup of original content that includes a reboot of Sid & Marty Krofft’s campy ’70s Saturday morning series “Electra Woman & Dyna Girl,” starring YouTubers Grace Helbig and Hannah Hart, and “Filthy Preppy Teen$” from Paul Scheer (“Party Over Here,” “Fresh Off the Boat”), Abominable Pictures and Jonathan Stern (“Childrens Hospital,” “Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp”).