Facebook, TBS and DumbDumb Join Forces, Announce Media Partnership


TBS Partners with Facebook and DumbDumb

TBS and Facebook on Wednesday announced a partnership that will bring a higher level of branded comedy entertainment options to advertisers.

The cable channel will use its new partnership to expand the partnership it already has with DumbDumb, a digital ad and production company founded by Jason Bateman and Will Arnett. Using that partnership TBS will give six brands up to six short-form customized comedy videos.

The three company’s will help brands easily distribute and promote content across various platforms while gaining the attention of Facebook’s 901 million active monthly users.

According to Carolyn Everson, VP, Global Marketing Solutions at Facebook:

“Facebook and television work perfectly together, as Facebook has become the location where viewers discuss, experience, and share what they watch and what they love, creating true word of mouth at scale.”

While brand owners will have various channels to distribute their content through they will still have the option to choose which areas to distribute their content including TBS.com, TBS’ Facebook page and their own sites.

As part of the partnership TBS will drive cable TV viewers to the brand’s web and social presence.

Commercials will also air on TBS to drive viewers to the brand’s web and social platforms.

With a focus on brand immersion rather than simple TV ad spots TBS could help reinvent the way brands use traditional advertising to connect with new media users.


James Kosur

James Kosur has worked in the new media space for the last 10 years, helping many publications build their audiences to millions of monthly readers. He currently serves as the Director of Business Development at Business2Community.com and the CEO of Aven Enterprises LLC.

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