Jukin Media Takes 14,000 Square Foot Space For a New Studio

Expansion Shows Further Commitment to Original Programming and Production

Jukin Media will join a handful of digital media companies including Yahoo, YouTube, even Abrams Artists Agency, who have opted to build their own production facilities. The 14,000 square foot space brings Jukin to double the space it is currently in and comes as a result of an anticipated increase in production.

“We’re developing high-quality, high-production value projects in lifestyle, travel, documentary, and other categories,” said Jonathan Skogmo, Founder and CEO of Jukin Media. In addition to its television show produced in partnership with Dick Clark Productions for Fox, Jukin has sold formats to AOL, go90, Lionsgate, MTV, Viacom and Comcast and has built its own successful owned and operated brands — “Fail Army”, “People Are Awesome” and “The Pet Collective.”

“Our new production space will provide an immediate lift in production value for our brands, help us scale operations across the business, and give us the resources that will help bring the company through our next phase of growth,” said Lee Essner, President and COO.