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In the third quarter of the 2009 fiscal year, Walker's shows earned ,000, including ,000 from Nostalgia Critic alone.
This revenue was generated by run of network from Puma and Starburst.
After a series of scandals, nearly all affiliated creators severed ties with Channel Awesome and departed in April 2018.
All of Channel Awesome's content was hosted by Blip or You Tube prior to the former's shutdown in August 2015.
That Guy with the Glasses was launched in April 2008.
It showcased satirical reviews of movies, television shows, music, comic books and video games.
[and attract audiences] to the endless options of online video." According to Walker, "these people are cheap to get because we are happy to see any amount of money".
Channel Awesome's ability to attract a significant audience with a low expenditure was proclaimed to have an effect on video entertainment production.
The three discussed the idea of such a company while still employed, but their dismissal was the impetus to put their plans into action.
Nelson, Kevin Murphy and Bill Corbett, recorded a commentary for the film Batman Forever.
As of July 2009, the site earned more than ,000 per month in advertising revenue and received more than ,000 in online donations.
It ended up being a trilogy: Kickassia, which had the plot of the Critic getting a number of the personalities together to take over a micronation in Nevada; Suburban Knights, where the Critic got together much of the same personalities to find a mystical gauntlet via forced LARPing; and To Boldly Flee, where the Critic and TGWTG's cast travel to space to stop a cosmic anomaly and fight corporate villains.
On June 28, 2012, Channel Awesome content producers Walker, Lindsay Ellis (The Nostalgia Chick; no relation to Mike Ellis), Brad Jones (The Cinema Snob) and Todd Nathanson (Todd in the Shadows) signed exclusivity deals with Blip, An extension of this deal was a Blip-run You Tube channel called "League of Super Critics", which also uploaded the unedited videos of all four producers, with the exception of Jones, whose videos were edited down from the original version so that the only way one could see the full video was to go to Blip.