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XTreme Video Network expands with 10 new channels

Dan Malloy finds solitude. Photo by XTreme Channel partner Chris Burkard

 

 

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Among the new channels is surf-photo savant Chris Burkard

Surfersvillage Global Surf News, 14 September, 2015 - The XTreme Video Network has recently signed 10 new channels including The Come Up, Masters of Dirt, Roberta Mancino, Chris Burkard and The Fuel Girls.

XTreme Video is stoked to welcome these new creators and channels to our YouTube network. With 223 channels, 2.4 million Subscribers and a total of 674 million views, the XTreme Video Network is producing original programming for extreme sports audiences across multi-platforms such as Youtube, Facebook and Vimeo.

With over 358,000 Youtube Subscribers, 8 million views in July 2015 and a total of 84 million lifetime views, The Come Up BMX is delivering exclusive content to 988,000 Fans on social media everyday.

The Come Up BMX is the most popular BMX media company on the planet. Every day they supply BMX fans all over the world with the most up to date content via their home page, iPhone app, YouTube channel and various other monstrous social networks. thecomeup.com is the daily destination for BMX videos, photos, interviews, news and links.

"I'm excited to be partnered up with XTreme Video. They've got an awesome network of channels and they have worked with a lot of great BMX brands in the past, so we're happy to be taking The Come Up's YouTube channel to the next level" said Adam Grandmaison, Founder and CEO of The Come Up.

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The Fuel Girls

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