While the specifics of the deal haven’t been released, Power Up TV founder Carey Martell is pleased: “We are happy to tell our creators we now have a 150,000 square feet movie studio to shoot in.” He further added, “We also have a fund for original web series and invest up to $500,000 into the programs we greenlight. We intend to be a bridge between new and traditional media, offering thousands of YouTubers a chance to move out of the bedroom or garage and into a real sound stage.”
Initially started to focus on the niche gaming genre on YouTube, their vertical expands to now include music, comedy, sports and lifestyle programming.
Thunder Studios is the largest independent studio in Southern California, which should benefit YouTubers and their access nicely.The 2,000+ YouTubers currently signed to Power Up TV’s roster just came up. Maybe if you get your act together, you can come up too.