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Post by Pixpumira on Thu Aug 05, 2010 7:49 am

One of Smosh's earliest videos, "Pokemon Theme Music Video," was released in November 2005 and by April 2006 held the title of "Most Viewed Video of all Time" on YouTube with over 7 million hits, a title it held for at least six months. The video features the original English theme song for the Pokémon anime and it has since been removed by YouTube after the website received a notice from Shogakukan Productions Co., Ltd., indicating copyright infringement.
Nevertheless, the success of their Pokemon video and other videos led Smosh to be featured in the "Person of the Year: You" issue of Time Magazine, published December 13, 2006.
Their video, "Smosh Short 2: Stranded", won the 2006 YouTube Award for Best Comedy. They also regularly produce comedic music videos, most notably with the post-hardcore duo I Set My Friends On Fire entitled "Sex Ed Rocks" and "Four Years Foreplay".
In April 2007, Smosh replaced Lonelygirl15 as the most subscribed channel on YouTube and was soon announced as one of the initial participants in YouTube's partnership revenue-sharing program. As of August 2010, Smosh is the fifth most subscribed channel on YouTube (because of the RETARD fred) with 1.7 million subscribers. Smosh is a web-based comedy duo consisting of Anthony Padilla and Ian Hecox. They first began posting videos to YouTube in the fall of 2005, and have become one of the most popular channels on that site. Smosh is currently the 17th most viewed channel with 450 million video views.


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Post by Zachemc2 on Thu Aug 05, 2010 9:25 am

I think we also need to mention the Beef n' Go video with 50 million views. Other than that, it's informative and great.

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