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JASH – a YouTube comedy-collective and branded content company – is led by comedy producer Daniel Kellison (Jimmy Kimmel LiveThe Late Show with David Letterman), along with fellow producers Doug DeLuca (co-executive producer of Jimmy Kimmel Live) and Mickey Meyer (Epic Rap Battles of History, Equals 3, Maker Studios). In addition to helping with their digital strategy, JASH gives comedians and artists a platform to create and control their own digital content – providing them with the financing, production resources, editing facilities and personnel to make short films, sketches, series, one-offs, talk-shows, animation, music videos and more. Additionally, the company’s creative agency and branded content arm has established itself as one of the entertainment industry’s leading branded video and IP creation shops.


JASH PRESENTS RUBBERHEAD PREMIERES ON VIMEO
SARAH SILVERMAN TO HOST PREMIERE EPISODE

Variety Show to Launch Exclusively on Vimeo On Demand November 18

Hosted by Silverman with Performances by Key & Peele, Nathan Fielder, John C. Reilly, Seth Rogen, Tim & Eric and more
           
Los Angeles, CA – November 18, 2014 – JASH announced today JASH Presents Rubberhead – a variety show featuring performances from today’s top names in comedy – will be available worldwide on Vimeo On Demand exclusively beginning Tuesday, November 18. The maiden show is hosted by two-time Emmy Award-winning comedian Sarah Silvermanand features skits from comedians hand-picked by Silverman to create a one of a kind experience for comedy fans. The people you think are funny? This is who they think are funny.

“The idea behind Rubberhead is a new type of comedy experience— a no holds-barred show without the middleman,” said creator and executive producer Daniel Kellison. “What you see is the comedy created wholly by the artist, without interference from executives or networks or standards and practices. We put our full trust in our artist partners. Nothing is off-limits.”

“We are thrilled to give this show a home on Vimeo On Demand,” said Greg Clayman, General Manager, Audience Networks, Vimeo. “Sarah Silverman and the team at JASH are some of funniest people in the industry today.”

Rubberhead encapsulates what JASH set out to do— give the power back to the comedians and create meaningful, unfiltered and digital-first comedic content for both our audience and the talent themselves,” said co-executive producer Mickey Meyer. “Vimeo is doing an amazing job of helping creators to further that notion.”

The lineup of participating comedians includes: 2Chainz, Nathan Barnatt, Derrick Beckles, Michael Cassady, David Dineen-Porter, Kyle Dunnigan, Shelby Fero, Nathan Fielder, Brett Gelman, Todd Glass, Key & Peele, Lauren Lapkus, Natasha Leggero, Tig Notaro, Tim Heidecker & Eric Wareheim, John C Reilly, Seth Rogen, Paul Rust, Sarah Silverman, Bobb’e J Thompson, Kulap Vilaysack, Harris Wittels and Charlyne Yi.

The following skits are featured in JASH Presents Rubberhead:
·         Knickers (aka Sarah Silverman is Not a Racist) (Sarah Silverman)
·         CCDF (Sarah Silverman, Seth Rogen)
·         Retro Video Arcade aka Retro Game Arcade aka Hot Sister (Nathan Fielder, David Dineen-Porter)
·         Lisa (Harris Wittels, Paul Rust, Michael Cassady with Shelby Fero, Natasha Leggero, Tig Notaro, Lauren Lapkus, Todd Glass, Kulap Vilaysack, and Nathan Barnatt)
·         Charlyne Yi Animation
·         Absorption: Commercial (Key & Peele with 2Chainz)
·         Absorption: Behind the Scenes (Key & Peele with 2Chainz)
·         Ham aka Oizo (John C Reilly, directed by Eric Wareheim)
·         Craig: Call of Duty (Kyle Dunnigan)
·         Ginger Orphan Playhouse 
·         Brett Gelman (live performance)

Total Running Time:
·         45 minutes


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