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Series B - II | Alive

Total Raised


Last Raised

$1.05M | 12 yrs ago

About My Damn Channel

My Damn Channel empowers comedians, actors, filmmakers, musicians and brands to co-produce, distribute and monetize original video. Artists create content for the My Damn Channel website and for syndication on all digital platforms. The company has launched original comedy series including Wainy Days, Easy to Assemble, Horrible People, Pilot Season, cult phenomenon You Suck at Photoshop and videos by Harry Shearer.

Headquarters Location

630 Ninth Avenue Suite 1012

New York, New York, 10036,

United States



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Latest My Damn Channel News

My Damn Channel Launches Initiative To Boost Production Of Web Video Comedies

Jan 28, 2013

Business Considering how large a role comedy has played at My Damn Channel (MDC) and the career of its co-founder and CEO Rob Barnett, it shouldn’t be surprising that the YouTube power will launch today the My Damn Channel Comedy Network. The initiative will provide “hundreds of new comedy series premiering in 2013 on and on the company’s network of channels on YouTube,” it says. Eric Mortensen, who was senior director of content and network programming at, will be director of programming and acquisitions. MDC says that it will partner with content creators: They’ll be asked to sign a non-exclusive, one-year licensing and distribution agreement enabling MDC to showcase their work. They’ll share share revenues while MDC provides distribution, promotion, marketing and social media support. “We’re investing in the team and the infrastructure to make the My Damn Channel Comedy Network the first choice for fans and the right choice for talent.” says Barnett, a former TV producer and programming exec who helped to turn around VH1 by introducing hit shows including Behind The Music. MDC says that last year its revenues increased 300% as its YouTube views grew 550% and total views from all its sites was up 91%. In addition to Barnett and Mortensen, the new comedy initiative will be overseen by MDC Co-Founder and COO Warren Chao; Editor-In-Chief Maria Diokno; Director of Talent & Audience Development Molly Templeton; Director of ProductionMelissa Schneider; and Director of Sales David Kaplan. MDC’s comedy productions include Wainy Days and You Suck At Photoshop.

My Damn Channel Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • Where is My Damn Channel's headquarters?

    My Damn Channel's headquarters is located at 630 Ninth Avenue, New York.

  • What is My Damn Channel's latest funding round?

    My Damn Channel's latest funding round is Series B - II.

  • How much did My Damn Channel raise?

    My Damn Channel raised a total of $8.65M.

  • Who are the investors of My Damn Channel?

    Investors of My Damn Channel include Okapi Venture Capital, Intuitive Venture Partners, Social Starts and Sunshine Wireless Company.

  • Who are My Damn Channel's competitors?

    Competitors of My Damn Channel include Eqal and 2 more.


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