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At age 11, his family moved to outside Portland, Oregon, where Mike would spend the next 12 years of his life.
cupcakes and Sponge Bob lemon bars, it’s no surprise that Rosanna Pansino’s Nerdy Nummies You Tube channel is responsible for three of You Tube's most viral food videos of 2013.He was really the first person that I ever knew who did You Tube full time and he did it really well and knew how to interact with people online and grow an audience. Sometimes I’ll ask the fans if there’s anything in particular that they’d like to see. It takes about four days of prep to get all of the ingredients and test it to make sure I like the recipe and then to bake everything in stages. I was living in Los Angeles trying to do commercials and it just came to a point where I was losing a lot of time and money going to auditions versus staying home and building my own business. I have a camera guy who’s been with me for three years and then my editor and my manager. Right away they usually get 200,000 to 400,000 views and then as they sit there for a few months, then they really explode. But the fan mail that I get in my PO box, they’re all from moms and from kids who are two years old, three years old, four years old. I started making more videos on a consistent basis about a year ago because the fan base demanded it. Mike Lamond, more commonly known by his online alias Husky or Husky Starcraft, is a former e-sports commentator specializing in Star Craft II, a video game published by Blizzard Entertainment.He used to regularly appear as a commentator at Star Craft tournaments and his commentary is viewable through You Tube channels.Each adorable episode shows Pansino cooking up one of her sweet, typically frosted, video game– or pop culture–inspired creations. The channel has more than a million subscribers; videos like the one about her My Little Pony cupcakes (above) can earn upwards of 5 million views.
Here, Pansino chats about her massively popular channel, her future and more. I started it a few years ago because a few of my friends were professional You Tubers and they encouraged me.
I really like baking and I really like playing video games. What sort of You Tube videos were your friends making? My roommate is Husky Starcraft and he helped start The Game Station. Sometimes when a video goes viral it gets a ton of views very quickly, they’ll get a couple of million within a few hours.
I saw a few geeky baking blogs but I never saw a show on television or on the Internet like that. It's called Polaris now, but it was a video game branch of Maker Studios and he moved to California to build that with David Sievers. Some of the ideas my production crew and I come up with just that week. I don’t make it in real time—it’s kind of like if you ever watch cooking shows, they have a crew that makes things in stages. All of my baking videos, even the more higher viewed ones are like a slow burn. They’re the youngest demographic that you can track on You Tube: 13- to 17-year-old females.
Mike "Husky" Lamond was born in Bakersfield, California.
He lived in Nipomo in San Luis Obispo County for the first 11 years of his life and then later moved with his family to Gresham, Oregon, where his parents and older brother still reside.
[A good shoutcast] is really up to personal preference.