Loop Media Partners with Doing Things Media to Bring the Internet’s Funniest and Most Viral Videos to Restaurants, Venues, and Retail Establishments
Loop Media, Inc., a leading provider of its own branded music video and entertainment streaming services for businesses and consumers, announced its partnership with Doing Things Media, creators of the Internet’s funniest memes and viral videos curated daily to an audience of more than 60 million followers across Instagram, Facebook, TikTok, and YouTube.
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This partnership will bring Doing Things’ entertaining video content, which includes some of the most popular brands built on Instagram, to Loop’s premium B2B users, including locations such as Yard House, Margaritaville, Buffalo Wild Wings, Norwegian Cruise Lines, and many more. Doing Things’ library of 160K+ viral videos adds to Loop’s growing library of premium videos to provide an even more relatable and culturally relevant product offering to its distribution partners.
Doing Things Media owns and operates many of the Internet’s funniest meme properties, including:
- ShitheadSteve – At the pulse of cultural relevance
- No Chaser – For party enthusiasts
- Middle Class Fancy – Suburban culture at its finest
- All Gas No Brakes – Interviews on the road
- Animals Doing Things – The funniest + cutest page for animal lovers
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“With 60+ million followers across a portfolio of 25+ original meme brands, Doing Things Media generates the funniest, most shareable, and culturally relevant memes and video content on the Internet,” said Jon Niermann, CEO and Co-Founder of Loop Media. “Through Loop’s distribution platform and network, Doing Things will provide audiences with humorous, lighthearted content during a time in which consumers may feel unease returning to out-of-home establishments.”
“Our portfolio of like-minded content creators has proven time and again, across multiple platforms, that our content is appealing to mainstream and niche audiences,” said Reid Hailey (Shitheadsteve), Co-Founder of Doing Things Media. “We’re so excited the top-tier venues in Loop’s network will now get the chance to entertain their customers while they eat, drink, shop, or travel, especially as we navigate these stressful times.”
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