Big news from Big Frame. The YouTube network announced on its website that they have moved out of their West Hollywood digs and into a 14,000 square foot facility in Culver City, the same city where competitors Maker Studios and TYT Networks also call home.
Grant Gibson, head of audience development at Big Frame, said on the website: “After a year of ‘making it work’ across 3 separate buildings, we are looking forward to all being in the same space, and what a space it is!”
The new Big Frame space features dedicated production and sound studios as well as a kitchen and high-speed Internet.
In the same message, Gibson took the time to reflect on the past two years of the company and how it has grown: “Two years ago, Big Frame was just an idea that Steve and Sarah talked about at VidCon. Since then, the company has grown from managing a handful of YouTube channels to being one of the top YouTube networks… all from a run-down little building on Sunset.”
See what Big Frame is talking about in the photos and Twitter status updates below:
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