Irish YouTuber 'Clisare' secures deal with US digital network

Irish YouTuber 'Clisare' has become the first Irish content creator to sign with the American multi-channel network Collective Digital Studios.

Irish YouTuber 'Clisare' secures deal with US digital network

Irish YouTuber 'Clisare' has become the first Irish content creator to sign with the American multi-channel network Collective Digital Studios.

CDS is the home of YouTube superstars like IISuperWomanII and Hannah Hart and recently signed Mamrie Hart (host of #HeyUSA) and Glozell.

CDS keep a smaller roster of creators than other MCNs - currently managing just over 900 channels - and is best known for producing the hit web series Video Game High School as well as TV shows for The Annoying Orange, Epic Meal Time and FЯED.

Writing on her blog, Clare Cullen (Clisare) said she is "so excited" to work with the network.

"To make (their) list is a big achievement for me, and the ‘leg up’ they provide into the US market is absolutely invaluable," she said.

"Not only that, but they personally introduce and help facilitate collaborations between creators and I am very excited to meet and work with creators around the world.

"Hopefully this is the beginning of bigger and better things for my YouTube channel!"

'Clisare' appeared on the 'Rising Stars' YouTube panel at the Irish Creator's Day in Google HQ and has been shortlisted to appear on a panel at Vidcon.

She was nominated for 'Best YouTube Channel' in the BreakingNews.ie 'Besties' in 2015 and for 'Best Blogger/Vlogger' at the Stellar Shine Awards 2014.

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