My Damn Channel is a studio and online network headquartered in Los Angeles. It partners with traditional and digital media companies, established and emerging talent, and leading brands, to co-create premium content for screens of all sizes.
Our flagship channel on YouTube is YouTube.com/DailyYou with over two million subscribers. Daily You has helped launch the careers of new talent with shows including our popular, long-running series Fairy Tale Friday, started as Bedtime Stories by Steve Kerper feat. Grace Helbig.
My Damn Channel includes production, talent development and branded entertainment divisions, and a distribution network that empowers cross-promotion across its owned-and-operated online channels, YouTube and other online, mobile and IPTV platforms.
Founded in 2007 by Rob Barnett and Warren Chao, My Damn Channel has produced hundreds of hours of original programming, including comedy, music, unscripted reality and live variety programming. We are indebted to Rob Barnett for his vision and leadership over the years and he can be reached at his new venture RobBarnettMedia.com
President and CEO
Warren oversees production and business partnerships for My Damn Channel. Before starting My Damn Channel he was VP of Business Development and Strategy at Gemstar/TV Guide, and prior to that he was a venture capitalist and corporate attorney in Silicon Valley. In addition to working with major advertisers, Warren's favorite tasks at My Damn Channel are writing comedy vignettes and developing new talent. His two favorite videos that he wrote with Matt Riotto are here: Fairy Tale Friday - Wizard of Oz and Thinking Man's Lamborghini Parody He can be reached at Warren@OmnivisionEnt.com
We are a full-service studio and production company and have our own distribution on YouTube through a network of owned and operated YouTube channels.
We also have one of the largest short-form comedy video libraries on the Internet available for license, spearheaded by award-winning shows including You Suck at Photoshop, Wainy Days, Horrible People, Cooking with Coolio, Mark Malkoff, Grace Helbig and more.