Now the world’s second biggest

25.09.2015, North America, BroadbandTV

According to the latest statistics on SocialBlade, BroadbandTV (BBTV) is now the second largest multi-channel network (MCN) in the world. This follows significant growth since September last year where BBTV has been the fastest growing major MCN*.

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On average, BBTV has been growing by 10 per cent month over month**, compared to 2 per cent growth from its nearest competitor. This accolade is highlighted by both ComScore’s USA and Worldwide YouTube Partner Support reports, for both unique and desktop views. BBTV now boasts over 37,000 content partners, achieving 5.7 billion monthly views. H1/15 was the strongest half in its history, achieving 1.8 billion new views. Since December 2014, BBTV has more than doubled its impression base.

Shahrzad Rafati

“Our strategy to build strong online brands, with the most engaged communities, powered by the best tech and services in the market has paid off,” comments Shahrzad Rafati, Founder and CEO, BroadbandTV. “We’re building the future of entertainment and we’re doing so by delivering the most engaged and powerful media experience for millennials around the world. Despite our scale and hyper growth this year, the foundation is set for 2016 to be another record-breaking year for the business and the industry.”

BBTV’s content creators span a number of key media brands including: TGN, the most engaged gaming network on YouTube; Opposition, the largest hip-hop music network; number one Electronic Dance Music (EDM) network, Wimsic, in addition to HooplaKidz, Outspeak and Windfall.
 

* According to ComScore’s latest USA (11 months: September 2014 to August 2015) and Worldwide (10 months: September 2014 to July 2015) YouTube Partner Support report for both unique and desktop views, BBTV is the fastest growing among all major global MCNs

** According to ComScore’s latest Worldwide YouTube Partner Support report, BBTV has grown by 80 per cent, or on average 10 per cent month over month, in terms of worldwide desktop views over period September 2014 to July 2015 (10 months)

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