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College Humor's original videos average 20 million views per month on the site.
In the early 2000s, USA Networks began divesting itself of its traditional television broadcasting and production units.
College Humor is operated by CHMedia, a New York company that also owns Defunker, Sports Pickle, and Jest (formerly Today's Big Thing, also owned by IAC).
CHMedia is also a partner of the website Busted Tees, an online clothing website.
In March 2012 in New York City, Aereo started streaming all of the broadcast networks to smartphones, tablets and televisions with Internet capability.
In January 2016, IAC categorized its businesses into distinct segments for the purposes of financial reporting.
One-off comedy sketches, cartoons and music videos written and produced by the in-house staff.
Written by Patrick Cassels, Emily Axford, Adam Conover, Mike Trapp and Brian Murphy (amongst others), these sketches are designed to be more viral in nature than the site's other comedy content.
In May 2001, Univision Communications acquired USA Broadcasting (a division of USA Networks including 13 local stations).
On February 14, 2012, Barry Diller introduced Aereo, an Internet television service.
Recent winners include "Pixar Intro Parody" for Best Animation, "Web Site Story" for Best Individual Short or Episode, and "Jake and Amir" for Best Series.
Their shorts "Awkward Rap" and "Hand Vagina" were nominated for the Webby Award for Best Comedy: Individual Short or Episode in 20 with other nominees and winners since.
Sketches written by and starring the CH editorial staff, often filmed in their office.