Subscriber Account active since. The 8-year-old YouTuber Ryan Kaji has transformed the future of kids entertainment by becoming a new model of cross-platform child star. Kaji now earns millions each year from his lucrative business empire across YouTube, TV, and the shelves of major retailers like Target and Walmart. At first, I was very confused and surprised to see our homemade-quality videos being watched by so many kids around the world. With the help of his business-savvy parents and Pocket. Watch, a studio that represents the family, Kaji has expanded beyond YouTube by starring in shows on Nickelodeon and Roku, and selling branded products in stores. Business Insider spoke with Ryan's father, Shion, and mother, Loann, about their business and how they manage Ryan's personal life and YouTube fame. Ryan's channel started with videos of him opening and reviewing toys.
Building a 30-person production company and filming shows for Nickelodeon and Roku
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The company employs a person team of videographers, editors, animators, writers and voice actors to help produce live action and animated content — releasing about 25 videos a week. We manage over 7 YouTube channels and produce over 25 videos a week. This is a full time, in-house position in the Houston, TX area. We are looking for a candidate with years of video editing experience in the entertainment industry AND at least 2 years of experience editing for a YouTube channel with over 1 million subscribers.
The channel usually releases a new video every day. The Verge has described the channel as "a mash-up of personal vlog and 'unboxing' video, a blend of innocent childhood antics and relentless, often overwhelming consumerism. Before going live on YouTube, the family replaced their real-life surname Guan with the on-screen surname Kaji. In , Kaji's parents signed a deal with PocketWatch , a startup children's media company that was founded in by Chris Williams and Albie Hecht. PocketWatch does the marketing and merchandise for Ryan's YouTube channels. Kaji has influenced the toy industry; his toy reviews, especially those which get millions of views, will sometimes affect the toy's sales. The Ryan's World channel has been listed in and as the highest-earning YouTube channel by Forbes.