Net for Gen-Z Women

(Pictured above: Rachel Evans, a host on Snarled)

Snarled, a standalone YouTube channel with shows for female Gen Z viewers, will expand its content offerings with a network of new Gen Z-focused channels (those born 1995 and later are considered part of the Gen Z demographic).

This fall, Snarled’s creator, Ripple Entertainment, plans to unveil four new channels under the Snarled brand:

  • Colorburn – “An arts and creation channel, exhibiting and inciting creativity”
  • Saucy – “A foodie-focused channel that explores the culinary world, from recipes to restaurants”
  • Skinny Dip – “An animation channel showcasing a spectrum of cartoon, anime and comic-content”
  • Slaytrix – “Gaming channel spotlighting interactive, technology and video experiences.”

“The unfiltered voices of Snarled’s content and creators resonate with global female culture,” said Gayle Gilman, CEO and co-founder of Ripple Entertainment.

Ripple says Something Scary is among the most popular shows on its existing YouTube channel, “consistently generating more than 250,000 organic views for each episode.” Other programs include Race In AmericaDark 5, Study A Broad, Britt’s Room, Tiffany the Teenage Grim Reaper and Wacko Smacko.

Here’s an episode of Something Scary:

You can also view Gen Z-focused videos at snarled.com and at another Ripple network, hissyfit.com.

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A former local beat reporter and film critic, co-founder Lawrence Greenberg has more than 25 years’ experience as a writer and public relations executive.

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