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CollegeHumor was a humor website, now a YouTube channel, based in Los Angeles and owned by InterActiveCorp (IAC).wikipedia
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Ricky Van Veen

It was created by Josh Abramson and Ricky Van Veen in 1999. The site was created in December 1999 by Josh Abramson and Ricky Van Veen, with help from web developer Jake Lodwick.
Van Veen co-founded the popular comedy brand/website CollegeHumor and the video platform Vimeo.

Josh Abramson

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It was created by Josh Abramson and Ricky Van Veen in 1999. The site was created in December 1999 by Josh Abramson and Ricky Van Veen, with help from web developer Jake Lodwick.
Josh Abramson (born 1981) is an American entrepreneur, and co-founder of the comedy website CollegeHumor.

Jake and Amir (web series)

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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.
Jake and Amir is a web series set in CollegeHumor's office in New York City and later Los Angeles where Jake Hurwitz and Amir Blumenfeld played humorous versions of themselves: Jake is usually depicted as a sensible "straight man" and Amir as his annoying, obsessive, and odd co-worker.

Dropout (streaming platform)

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On September 26, 2018, CollegeHumor launched Dropout, a subscription service that includes uncensored and original video series, animations, and other forms of media including comics and fictionalized chat conversations.
Dropout (stylized as DROPOUT or Dropout.tv) is an American subscription media service provider that is developed and operated by CH Media.

Amir Blumenfeld

Contributing writers to the site have included notable comedians Steve Hofstetter, Christian Finnegan, Brooks Wheelan, Paul Scheer, Amir Blumenfeld, Alex Figueroa, Justin Johnson, and Judah Friedlander. A series of short sketches about two former CH writers, Jake Hurwitz and Amir Blumenfeld, who often act out the odd couple act. A series that documents the escalating pranks that are played between former CH staffers Streeter Seidell and Amir Blumenfeld. The half-hour comedy was written by and starred nine CollegeHumor editorial staff members (Ricky Van Veen, Jake Hurwitz, Amir Blumenfeld, Dan Gurewitch, Patrick Cassels, Sarah Schneider, Streeter Seidell, Sam Reich and Jeff Rubin), who played fictionalized versions of themselves.
Born in Israel, he moved to Los Angeles when he was two, and was hired by the New York City-based CollegeHumor in 2005.

IAC (company)

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CollegeHumor was a humor website, now a YouTube channel, based in Los Angeles and owned by InterActiveCorp (IAC). CollegeHumor, along with its parent company, Connected Ventures, was acquired by Barry Diller's IAC in August 2006.
In August 2005, the company bundled together its travel-related sites and spun them off as a new public company, Expedia, Inc. Additional acquisitions in 2006 included Shoebuy.com, which the company later sold to Jet, and Connected Ventures including CollegeHumor and Vimeo.

Adam Conover

Written by Patrick Cassels, Emily Axford, Adam Conover, Mike Trapp, and Brian Murphy (among others), these sketches are designed to be more viral in nature than the site's other comedy content.
He is the creator and host of the half-hour truTV show Adam Ruins Everything, which is based on the CollegeHumor series of the same name.

Brian K. Murphy

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Written by Patrick Cassels, Emily Axford, Adam Conover, Mike Trapp, and Brian Murphy (among others), these sketches are designed to be more viral in nature than the site's other comedy content.
He is best known for his various roles on Collegehumor, his role as Murph on truTV comedy original Adam Ruins Everything, and for his role on Pop TV original Hot Date, co-starring with his wife Emily Axford.

Jake Lodwick

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The site was created in December 1999 by Josh Abramson and Ricky Van Veen, with help from web developer Jake Lodwick.
Lodwick was the initial web developer for CollegeHumor and the resulting Connected Ventures in 2004.

Jake Hurwitz

A series of short sketches about two former CH writers, Jake Hurwitz and Amir Blumenfeld, who often act out the odd couple act. The half-hour comedy was written by and starred nine CollegeHumor editorial staff members (Ricky Van Veen, Jake Hurwitz, Amir Blumenfeld, Dan Gurewitch, Patrick Cassels, Sarah Schneider, Streeter Seidell, Sam Reich and Jeff Rubin), who played fictionalized versions of themselves.
He was hired by the comedy website CollegeHumor after becoming an intern there in 2006, and has written and appeared in original videos for the website, as well as contributing articles which have been published both online and in print.

Sarah Schneider

A series of sketches written by and starring Sarah Schneider and David Young about two coworkers and their attempts to keep their relationship hidden. The half-hour comedy was written by and starred nine CollegeHumor editorial staff members (Ricky Van Veen, Jake Hurwitz, Amir Blumenfeld, Dan Gurewitch, Patrick Cassels, Sarah Schneider, Streeter Seidell, Sam Reich and Jeff Rubin), who played fictionalized versions of themselves.
She got her start in entertainment as a writer and actress for the comedy website CollegeHumor before becoming a writer for the television sketch comedy series Saturday Night Live, where she worked from 2011 to 2017, including a season as co-head writer alongside writing partner Chris Kelly.

Streeter Seidell

A series that documents the escalating pranks that are played between former CH staffers Streeter Seidell and Amir Blumenfeld. The half-hour comedy was written by and starred nine CollegeHumor editorial staff members (Ricky Van Veen, Jake Hurwitz, Amir Blumenfeld, Dan Gurewitch, Patrick Cassels, Sarah Schneider, Streeter Seidell, Sam Reich and Jeff Rubin), who played fictionalized versions of themselves.
Seidell was part of the cast of CollegeHumor s online sketches.

Barry Diller

CollegeHumor, along with its parent company, Connected Ventures, was acquired by Barry Diller's IAC in August 2006.
Diller was the Chairman of Expedia and the Chairman of IAC/InterActiveCorp, an interactive commerce conglomerate and the parent of companies including HomeAdvisor, Match.com, Citysearch, and Connected Ventures, home of Vimeo and CollegeHumor.

Sam Reich

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A series starring Josh Ruben and Very Mary-Kate star Elaine Carroll and written by Carroll and CollegeHumor's president of original content, Sam Reich. It has replaced Very Mary-Kate in the Thursday release slot of Collegehumor, and Sam Reich has announced that there will be two more episodes over the next two weeks, and more will be made imminently. The half-hour comedy was written by and starred nine CollegeHumor editorial staff members (Ricky Van Veen, Jake Hurwitz, Amir Blumenfeld, Dan Gurewitch, Patrick Cassels, Sarah Schneider, Streeter Seidell, Sam Reich and Jeff Rubin), who played fictionalized versions of themselves.
He is best known for his work with CollegeHumor and the TV show Adam Ruins Everything.

Elaine Carroll

A series starring Josh Ruben and Very Mary-Kate star Elaine Carroll and written by Carroll and CollegeHumor's president of original content, Sam Reich. A series that revolves around the life of Mary-Kate Olsen (played by Elaine Carroll), a rich young woman who is heir to Woody Allen, and her sensible bodyguard.
The series was originally produced out-of-pocket, but was picked up for its second season by CollegeHumor.

Aubrey Plaza

Features Aubrey Plaza in a guest role.
She appeared in a CollegeHumor short alongside Jason Bateman and Will Arnett.

Emily Axford

Written by Patrick Cassels, Emily Axford, Adam Conover, Mike Trapp, and Brian Murphy (among others), these sketches are designed to be more viral in nature than the site's other comedy content.
Axford has been a writer for CollegeHumor since 2011.

Very Mary-Kate

It has replaced Very Mary-Kate in the Thursday release slot of Collegehumor, and Sam Reich has announced that there will be two more episodes over the next two weeks, and more will be made imminently.
The series was originally produced out-of-pocket, but was picked up for its second season by CollegeHumor, allowing Carroll to "pay for lunch for people."

The Michael Showalter Showalter

Previously, CH Originals produced The Michael Showalter Showalter, a Charlie Rose-style comedic interview series hosted by Michael Showalter and featuring guests such as Paul Rudd, Andy Samberg, David Cross, Zach Galifianakis, and Michael Cera.
The Michael Showalter Showalter was an internet video series starring by Michael Showalter that was hosted on the website, CollegeHumor.

Pete Holmes

The shorts involve Batman (played by Pete Holmes), who—unlike in the movies and comics—is portrayed as oblivious and incompetent, much to the annoyance of friends and foes alike.
Holmes has created a popular comedic portrayal of Batman in CollegeHumor's internet series Badman.

Brian Huskey

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Actor Brian Huskey personifies the search engine Google, who deals with a variety of people who come into his office and tells him what to search.
He starred in the YouTube miniseries If Google Was A Guy on the YouTube channel CollegeHumor, acting as an anthropomorphic visualization of the search engine Google.

Michael Showalter

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Previously, CH Originals produced The Michael Showalter Showalter, a Charlie Rose-style comedic interview series hosted by Michael Showalter and featuring guests such as Paul Rudd, Andy Samberg, David Cross, Zach Galifianakis, and Michael Cera.
Showalter is the host of The Michael Showalter Showalter, an original Internet series on Collegehumor.com which premiered January 16, 2007.

Dan Gurewitch

The half-hour comedy was written by and starred nine CollegeHumor editorial staff members (Ricky Van Veen, Jake Hurwitz, Amir Blumenfeld, Dan Gurewitch, Patrick Cassels, Sarah Schneider, Streeter Seidell, Sam Reich and Jeff Rubin), who played fictionalized versions of themselves.
He has worked as a senior writer for American comedy website CollegeHumor, and as a writer for the late-night talk and news satire show Last Week Tonight with John Oliver.

The CollegeHumor Show

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On December 17, 2008, CollegeHumor.com announced The CollegeHumor Show, a scripted comedy that premiered on MTV on February 8, 2009.
The show was a scripted sitcom with sketch comedy elements written by, and starring, nine CollegeHumor editorial staff members, who play fictionalized versions of themselves.

Electus

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In 2013, Electus took over College Humor/Dorkly and created Big Breakfast, the studio behind Adam Ruins Everything (TruTV), Middle of the Night Show (MTV), Fatal Decisions (Go90), Bad Internet (YouTube Red), Comedy Music Awards (IFC) and Hot Date (Pop).