YouTube Women’s Network Kin Community Adds Three New Creators
Kin Community, a multi-channel network catering to women on YouTube, has added three new creators to its roster of partners.
On Rosanna Pansino’s self-titled YouTube channel, she hosts “Nerdy Nummies,” a cooking show that blends geek culture with recipe tutorials. For example if you ever have the desire to bake an Angry Birds cupcake or “social media cake pops,” this is one of the channels to go to. Pansino currently has more than 1.2 million subscribers, and produced three of the top 10 most viewed food videos on YouTube, according to Kin Community.
“Kin Community has been very supportive and I am looking forward to working with them to expand the projects and topics covered on my channel,” said Pansino in a statement.
Other additions include Joy Cho, a former graphic designer, hosts a channel/show called Oh Joy in which Cho provides tips on fashion, design, and food. The channel only has 3,700+ subscribers, but Cho’s presence is more deeply felt on another social media platform, Pinterest, where she is the most-followed users with more than 13.7 million followers.
The third new Kin Community member is Wayne Goss, whose makeup channel GossMakeupArtist reaches more than 1.2 million subscribers. Goss’ beauty tips are culled from his 15 years worth of experience in the makeup industry.
Existing top Kin Community partners include the channel for Ellen DeGeneres’ “The Ellen Show,” which is currently the largest women’s channel on YouTube, and the Emmy-winning Pemberley Digital adaptation “The Lizzie Bennet Diaries.” Owned by parent company DECA, the Kin Community network spans 14 million subscribers and 3.2 billion total views.Tags: DECA, ellen show, gossmakeupartist, joy cho, Kin Community, Lizzie Bennet Diaries, MCN, Nerdy Nummies, ohjoy, Pemberley Digital, Pinterest, Rosanna Pansino, wayne goss, youtube