Sheffield, United Kingdom, August 25, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- The increasing of the business is part of a digital content strategy, with the goal to develop the MCN’s overall use of its leading portfolio. Digital content is an important part of this strategy, and Ritual Network successfully use YouTube as a key distribution channel due to the flexibility and accessibility and interactivity it offers their partners.
Ritual Network is an already well known MCN in the UK, with over 10.000’s of partner channels channels.
This has enabled Ritual Network partners to attract over 2 hundred million subscribers since the launch of this MCN in 2014, with over 330 million partner video views. Ritual Network partners has approximately 10 million viewers a month, with 1.8 million unique viewers. The company’s focus is on offering exciting tools which is specifically tailored for their MCN partners. This enables Ritual Network to attract a core demographic, and it has already delivered successful campaigns for popular brands from the Gaming and Music industry. Their MCN partner’s content spans humour, music, extreme sports, fashion, beauty, gaming, vlogs and podcasts.
“Ritual Networks’s large partner base shows the fantastic job they have done, and we look forward to helping our partners accelerate their development even further. Ritual Network has a proven track record of of offering tools that yutube creators love to use, combined with the ability to support successful advertising campaigns,” said Lewis Walker, Chief Executive Officer of Ritual Network. “Together with our MCN partners we offer viewers a better and more varied entertainment experience than ever before, and I look forward to new partners to join us and working together with them. The future stars of TV are made on YouTube.”
About Ritual Network:
Ritual Network is a company that specializes in helping content creators to earn revenue through advertising and brand deals.
The company works with many different content creators on various platforms from YouTube to Facebook and offer content creators paid brand deals, and other revenue streams away from content creation, such as merchandising.
Since launching in September 2014 the company have had over 10,000 content creators sign up to their service.