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About CH Media
CollegeHumor Media, comprised of CollegeHumor.com, Dorkly.com, SportsPickle.com and several syndication partnerships, is a leading online entertainment company targeting multiple audience of people ages 18-49.
Founded by two high school friends, CollegeHumor Media delivers daily comedic content, including videos, pictures, articles and jokes, created and/or curated by the CollegeHumor staff. CollegeHumor Media attracts more than 15 million monthly uniques and generates more than 100 million video views per month (Nielsen/Net Ratings) with popular sketches such as "Jake and Amir," "Very Mary-Kate" and "Troopers." CollegeHumor Media provides online advertisers across a variety of categories with an efficient vehicle for reaching multiple desirable demographics.
The CollegeHumor brand extends offline with the three books The CollegeHumor Guide to College, Faking It: How To Seem Like A Better Person Without Actually Improving Yourself and CollegeHumor: The Website. The Book., a television program on MTV, a live comedy show and a movie currently in development.
Advertising with CH Media is the best way to reach the male 18-49 demographic online. CH Media sites CollegeHumor.com, SportsPickle.com, Jest.com and Dorkly.com play host to 15M+ users who stream 80M+ videos each month. Our users are the most loyal, most organic and come back daily for the funniest content online.
And the same editorial team responsible for that content is also in charge of creating custom ad campaigns, meaning you'll be getting top notch creative for your buy. We offer custom skins, video commercials, video integrations, sponsored web series, and sponsorship of our live events, as well as standard media. All of this leads to your brand being associated with the most popular original content online, as opposed to sitting next to a video of a cat sneezing (although we do have plenty of that as well).
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CH Media in the Press
WIRED: "Practical Joking Becomes a Battle for the Last Laugh" August 2010
NPR: "Web Site Story" July 2009
Digital Daily: "Web Site Story" July 2009
The Moderate Voice: "CollegeHumor Hit: Web Site Story" July 2009
NY Times: "Feeling Tweety in 'Web Site Story'" July 2009