Articles Tagged ‘KIN Community’

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Kin Canada leans into content with new hire

Jenny Tryansky takes the reigns from Maureen Doolub for a year, but will stay on as Kin looks to develop more content and programming.

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Anna Olson joins Kin Canada

The popular food creator will use digital media to reach a younger audience than her linear presence, as Corus aims to give advertisers multi-platform integration options.

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Kin Canada adds new brand partners and influencers

Based on its two years of success, the MCN, which counts YouTuber AmandaMuse among its members, is using the Canadian model for its international growth strategy.

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Kin Community closes new funding round

Increasing the MCN’s content production and distribution is a major goal for this round of funding. (Kin Community creators Hot for Food pictured.)

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Maripier Morin makes it happen for Motrin campaign

The painkiller brand launches its first integrated campaign in Canada featuring the Hockey Wives star through a Kin-Corus partnership.

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Tapping into the world of digital creators

With four MCNs now operating in Canada, the opportunity to use this non-traditional channel is rife. But is the influencer an essential campaign asset or more of an accessory?

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Kin Community influencers speak to brands

Kin Community personalities offer insight into how to best execute a brand integration with MCN partners.

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Creators, assemble!

W View has created its first multi-creator series, aiming to build its presence over the summer months.

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Corus boosts global presence with new digital offerings

The company is partnering with U.S.-based Fingerprint on a mobile platform for preschoolers and expanding its relationship with the KIN MCN.

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Corus invests in female-focused MCN

A funding round led by Corus Entertainment gives the media company exclusive rights to represent KIN’s programming (pictured) and ad opps in Canada.