GiveBackFilms

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GiveBackFilms is an American YouTube charity show known for awarding hard working people, the homeless, and charity organizations who are in need of cash.[1][2] It debuted in October 2013, and was later announced that a new episode would be uploaded every Monday starting July 2014. The popular give-back channel was created and hosted by Kyle Oreffice, Thomas Meason and Josh Gibson.[3] Though the channel had been less than a year old on YouTube, it had gained great success, with an average total of over 18.8 million of views and nearly half a million subscribers.[4]

References

  1. Sam Gutelle. "GiveBackFilms". Huffington Post, 28 January 2014.
  2. Nadine Kalinauskas. "GiveBackFilms tips hard-working hotel cleaner $500". Yahoo! News, 28 January 2014.
  3. "Creators and Directors". Facebook, 25 July 2014.
  4. [1] YouTube, 25 July 2014.