because the content is everything
Collective Digital Studio (CDS) is a multi-platform digital entertainment company which produces and distributes original entertainment programming.
CDS was founded in 2011 in Los Angeles by entertainment industry veterans Michael Green, Reza Izad, Gary Binkow, and Dan Weinstein. Their combined vision led to the formation of an innovative company distinguished for its ability to produce, distribute, and market intellectual property across digital and traditional platforms. Early on, CDS pioneered the distribution of premium digital content to television and is best known for production of the hit web series Video Game High School as well as TV shows for the The Annoying Orange, Epic Meal Time and FRED. CDS boasts an unparalleled track record for delivering highly successful branded content initiatives for Fortune 200 brands, including Verizon, Dodge, Estee Lauder, Unilever, Procter & Gamble, Toyota, Sony Playstation, and many more. With the ever expanding demand for premium original programming, CDS has expanded its operations to include offices in Los Angeles, New York, Detroit, and San Francisco.