Ahead of its NewFront presentation next Monday, Fullscreen announced that it has signed six new influencers to its illustrious network of more than 75,000 creators. They are: Mia Stammer, Carly Cristman, Shannon Beveridge and Cammie Scott, Andrew Huang, and Neels Visser.
Huang, who makes music with unique objects like balloons, tires, and other household items, will work with Fullscreen’s live touring division, the company told Tubefilter. Stammer will also pursue live event opportunities with Fullscreen. The 21-year-old fashion and beauty guru counts 2.2 million subscribers on her YouTube channel and was part of Fullscreen’s Girls Night In tour last year.
Cristman, who has worked as a fashion correspondent for E! and also runs a blog in addition to her burgeoning YouTube channel, will aim to expand her presence across digital and traditional entertainment. She will also continue to forge partnerships with fashion and home decor brands.
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Beveridge and Scott are a couple who got their start on Tumblr. Fullscreen will partner with their channels, NowThisIsLiving and Scott’s eponymous Cammie Scott, to explore collaborations, brand integrations, and merchandising opportunities.
Finally, 17-year-old Neels Visser started his career as a model and initially built his presence on Facebook and Instagram. He aspires to work in fashion and music, and is also a noted philanthropist, having collaborated with the Thirst Project.
Fullscreen is home to bold-faced creators like Grace Helbig, The Fine Brothers, Andrea Russett, and Jack and Jack. In March, the company signed Kingsley, Teala Dunn, Catrific, TipsyBartender, and Jay Alvarrez. “With an arsenal of services to support our creators,” said Fullscreen’s SVP of talent, Beau Bryant, “we are thrilled to welcome these influencers to the network.”