Instead of shooting cheap video blogs or other types of user-generated videos that permeate YouTube, Brat sees itself as a digital network that creates TV-quality programming for younger viewers, said Rob Fishman, co-founder of Brat, which is a little over a year old. And Brat has raised some money to fund these programs. This year, Brat aims to produce 12 of these shows, spanning 30 seasons.
Aspen's Sage Walk wilderness program was featured on the U. Families everywhere are learning about and being inspired by the remarkable transformational opportunities available at Aspen's therapeutic programs across the country. For over two decades, Aspen Education Group has been helping teens through unique and effective programs.
Because the struggle with teenage entitlement is real. Yes, I just called her that. I know most of it was my making — and no matter how many conversations I had with her about her behavior it never really helped.
In the first Brat Camp series, seven rude, selfish, and defiant teenagers from middle class homes in Britain to Turn-About Ranch in Utah. Because of their bad behavior while at home, the city kids found themselves in the middle of a working horse and cow ranch. They went from being lazy and spoiled to living in a log cabin and learning that the only hot meal they would eat would be the one they cooked for themselves.
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Who is that horrible teen now under your roof, and what has she done with the sweet child you thought you were raising? Permit me to state the obvious: Raising teens is tough. My two older children, now in their early twenties, each seemed to develop signature methods of making me miserable.
Teen-aimed media company Brat launched in to capitalize on young audiences' migration to YouTube by making high-quality, original shows. Now it's starting to generate ad revenue, having grown to to 3. Now, cofounder Rob Fishman is borrowing from the playbook he had at his last company, Niche, which worked with video creators to develop custom ads for brands.
Brat is a digital media network available on YouTubewhich launched in The network features original programming designed for a teenage audience to view on digital platforms. The original scripted programming features popular teenage social media personalities, in videos ranging from six to twenty-five minutes. Brat's show Chicken Girls starring multiple social media influencers has led to Chicken Girls: The Movie which has 20 million views.
I was newly pregnant with a baby girl, standing at a BabyGap check out counter. The saleswoman looked up at me, her thick acrylic nails toying with the ends of her permed, bleached hair. She gave me a knowing look, wrapping up the 3M-sized lime green fleece sweatsuit with its matching striped turtleneck and bomber hat.
Few people over the age of 18 have heard of Brat, but the teen-focused digital production company has found a new gold mine in Generation Z. The formula is simple: scripted coming-of-age stories with young social media influencers plugged into key roles. It's television supercharged for the mobile age, and popularity is measured in views and followers: Brat has 2. Now that it has a loyal audience, the company is beginning to monetize by moving into advertising in