Announcing the first of our new creator lineup!

Viewly is proud to announce that the first stars of our digital lineup will include international award-winning talent including Emmy, BAFTA, and other winners, experienced Hollywood hands, and talented YouTubers of all ages and genres. Our collective talent is looking towards building their digital empires and fanbases on Viewly.

Our community can likely look forward to being introduced to a new creator every day of the public sale event through an in-depth profile, showcase, and any upcoming project introductions. Our profiles will highlight new creators as well as several that have been supporting us since the alpha and Steemit days. We will also be scheduling chat appearances in the Telegram group for everyone to get to know some of our new creators and for them to tell you about what they’re working on and start earning VIEW tokens and your support early!

While we are still keeping the entire tokensale lineup has not been shared, we have some treats and surprises in store for you! Stay tuned on Telegram for up-to-the-minute announcements. Without further ado, here’s the first of the new batch!

Jay Ferguson (International Emmy and Canadian Screen Awards winner and creator of the web series Guidestones)

Mobeen Azhar (BBC filmmaker and investigative journalist. BAFTA award winner as producer of Muslims Like Us)

Kenneth Bright Jr (of Fantasy Soft Entertainment, creator of Prince Adventures, featuring combined production and voiceover talent from Dragonball Z, Star Trek Continues, Pokemon and many more)

Michael Matteo Rossi (ten year veteran Hollywood line producer/director. Recently completed feature “Sable” released through Lionsgate, his first feature “Misogynist” received worldwide distribution on DVD and VOD)

Nick Nimmin (Youtube Video Tips. Tubebuddy expert and Viewly’s first in-house instructional video partner)

The Juice Media (political satirists and creators of the Honest Net Neutrality Ad)

Steven Fletcher (Co-Founder WavemStudios London. Recent projects include The Commodore Story and Devoid, a crime drama currently on Amazon Prime)

Charity Right ( , a global emergency food giving program starting their own in-house studio of ex-Al Jazeera filmmakers to tell their stories in April)

Erik Mut and the Worldly Savages (hilarious Serbian folk-influenced ethno-punk band)

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