Collab was the first network to help Viners make the transition to YouTube and begin monetizing the Vines they were working so hard to create (making a good 6 second video is more difficult than it sounds). We now represent over 100 of Vine’s most popular and talented creators.
You know how popular Vines sometimes get uploaded to random YouTube channels? Well, if you made those Vines, we protect your rights as a creator and make sure you get paid when that happens. So rather than theft, we see it as promotion and you get a nice monthly bonus.
Savvy advertisers realize that one of the best ways to reach young audiences is with their favorite video creators. We identify the brands that fit best with your audience and create seamless brand integrations that are lucrative for you and effective for advertisers.
We love great design and share that with our Partners. Our team of graphic artists are available to help elevate your personal brand with an image that attracts followers and brings to life your channel’s personality.
It’s all in our name. The fastest way to expand your following and grow creatively is to collab with other viners. If there’s someone you’re dying to work with, chances are, we can make that happen.
Manon Mathews is a comic, improver, actor, and impressionist with over a million followers on Vine. Manon’s known for her hilarious characters and she can do Kristen Stewart better than Kristen Stewart can do Kristen Stewart. A highly trained performer, Manon has studied with UCB, The Groundlings, and Second City. She basically has a Ph.D. in comedy.
Jerry Purpdrank: the man, the myth, the legend. Jerry’s followers are in the multi-millions and his vines routinely rack up six figure like and revine numbers. Known for tackling racial stereotypes head on, Jerry has a knack for pairing edgy comedy with his lovable personality. Fun fact: Jerry loves grape flavored beverages.
Christian is a Viner known for his physical comedy, 'Girls Be Like' characters and his beloved “Grandpa Joe” character. Often compared to a young Jim Carrey, Christian is a truly talented actor who’s already moving into longer form content on YouTube. Christian is the most followed viner in Canada, making him a bigger deal than Wayne Gretzky and maple syrup combined.
Ry Doon is by far one of the wildest and weirdest viners out there. From his Jay-Z impression to his High Society sketches, Ry loves to push the envelope of what he can get away with in public. If a man in drag approaches you on the streets of Boston, then congratulations, you probably just got featured in a Ry Doon Vine.
KC James is one of Vine’s most versatile performers. With a combination of brilliant sketch comedy and amazing basketball trick shots, KC has taken the Vine world by storm. His stunts have landed him in a number of commercials and his finely tuned sketches have attracted the attention of top brands. KC has the unique ability to make you laugh and dunk on you at the same time.
Melvin Gregg is an LA based comedian and actor known for his hilarious sketches. He’s adept at telling cohesive stories in just six seconds, often with near professional production quality. Melvin also appears regularly in film and television. Melvin plays a sad little boy in his You Know You Ain't Got No Daddy series. He also plays Black Jesus. Now that's range.
With a blend of sketches, music, and dance, QPark has proven he can do it all. This New York based Viner usually takes to the streets for his videos, often featuring unsuspecting bystanders as extras. Q is known for his Ninja character, Sudden Ratchet Syndrome, and his love of coffee. So baristas of New York beware, if you mess up QPark’s order, he will write a bitchy song about you.
As one of Vine’s earliest adopters, Eric blew up to a million followers in just four months (before the revine). Eric’s Vine popularity quickly crossed over to YouTube where he's gained over 200,000 subscribers. If you're in need of life advice or enjoy laughing at other people's problems, check out Eric's latest series "Dear Jerome" featuring his suburban gangsta alter ego.
Ready for the Hollywood (erm... technically Downtown Los Angeles) treatment? Sure thing, we’ll call up the Glam Squad. And if you’re looking for a change of clothes, we have a variety of thrift shop quality costumes to choose from including a pair of acid washed jeans and an unforgiving Elvis jumpsuit.
Collab Creators in the Los Angeles area get the keys to our 3,000 sq. ft. fully-equipped digital video production studio.