History WebVideo / SourceFed

29th May '17 9:13:09 AM LarryMullen
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* CreatorBreakdown: A mild case of this, triggered by the cancellation of SPF, was why Reina ultimately left for Crunchyroll.



* FakeAmerican: Maude's Valley Girl accent in [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1ABvSwsuexw this Mad Max: Fury Road]] parody is dead on. (The joke being that both the movie's setting and Maude are Australian.)
27th May '17 3:40:59 PM stuffedninja
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[=SourceFed=] is a {{spinoff}}, of sorts, of ''WebVideo/ThePhilipDeFrancoShow'' that [=DeFranco=] launched in 2012 as part of YouTube's content initiative. The channel runs regular shows Monday-Thursday, featuing five stories a day, 4 minute max per video. On Fridays they do "[[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Comment Commentary]]". Weekends originally featured movie reviews and Movie Club, as well as HilariousOuttakes, behind-the-scenes videos, one on ones, and game competitions.

The channel started with [=DeFranco=], [[Creator/BaratsAndBereta Joe Bereta]], Lee Newton and Elliott Morgan as the first commentators, and Kevin Brueck hosted "Curb Cash" on Saturdays. A couple weeks in [=DeFranco=] left, since the channel was intended to be separate of him, and let the others run the show. "Curb Cash" was eventually pulled due to low popularity, leaving the three commentators as the only members on the show. Steve Zaragoza, Trisha Hershberger, and Meg Turney would fill in when other members were gone for the main show, but as they were not employees of [=DeFranco=], they were not permanent fixtures on the commentaries. All three joined the show in short succession as official members in Fall 2012, and now all six rotate for presenting news and hosting weekend content. They all appear on the commentaries unless they're gone. They also run as a non-acting ProductionPosse for [=DeFranco=], joining him for [=VidCon=] and the Presidential debates, and he occasionally appears on weekend shows. For a span of time in 2013, Ross Everett joined the ranks of the hosts. In April 2014, Elliott and Meg[[labelnote:*]]Who moved back to her home state of Texas to work with Creator/RoosterTeeth and her boyfriend Gavin Free[[/labelnote]] both departed from [=SourceFed=], and three new hosts joined [=SourceFed=] Reina, Will, and Matt. While Ross went back to just writing the stories. Later on it was revealed that Ross also left [=SourceFed=] to pursue his own career. On Comment Commentary 150 Joe Bereta revealed that he will be leaving Sourcefed for a new job; his final day was December 31st 2014, and he was replaced by "Drawing Board" host Sam Bashor. Trisha Hershberger announced her departure in March 2015, to be replaced by Bree Essrig from The Young Turks. Lee's departure around the same time brought in three part-timers (actress Whitney Moore, comedian Mike Falzone, cosplayer/comedian Chloe Dykstra) and permanent cast member Maude Garrett. Elliott returned in September 2015 with once-a-week series "The Study", playing a twisted and rather nasty UpperClassTwit version of himself. Falzone became a permanent host in February 2016. Steven Suptic left in early 2016 when SPF was canceled (amid a frustrating flurry of NDAs that left fans very confused), then returned in September to the main channel. Steve Zaragoza went to part time in June, focusing mainly on Nuclear Family thereafter, while Maude Garrett left in August to be replaced by frequent fill-in host Whitney Moore. After SPF was canceled, Reina moved to Sourcefed Nerd for a while, before finally departing to Crunchyroll; she was replaced by Filup Molina.

Off-camera [=DeFranco=] employees DJ Wooldridge and Dani Rosenberg have also made semi-regular appearances onscreen, as have a number of friends of the show like Sara Fletcher, Nikki Philippi, and Jessica Nigri.

The current roster as of September 2016:

* Steve Zaragoza (also the creative director)
* William Haynes (hosts the "People Be Like" and "Politics Be Like" segments)
* Reina Scully (mainly on Super Panic Frenzy with occasional bits on [=SFNerd=])
* Matt Lieberman (co-producer of the Nuclear Family sketch comedy channel; also occasionally does an advice show on his personal channel)
* Sam Bashor (does pretty much everything, and host of the "Drawing Board" show for T-shirt designers)
* Bree Essrig (mostly focuses on news and sketch comedy; does an epic "[[GameOfThrones Sansa Stark]]-as-a-[=YouTuber=] impression; also one of the coproducers of Nuclear Family)
* Candace Carrizales (mainly Sourcefed; her comedy seems heavily Aubrey Plaza-inspired)
* Whitney Moore ([[Film/{{Birdemic}} actress]] and comedian, former host at Creator/GeekAndSundry, SourcefedNerd)
* Mike Falzone (Discovery Digital veteran, occasional news, TableTalk, podcast)
* Yessica Hernandez-Cruz: Sketch comedian and Buzzfeed Motion Pictures alum. Joined Will's People Be Like channel in June 2016.
* Ava Gordy ([=YouTuber=])
* Steven Suptic (formerly Super Panic Frenzy, returned to do news stories on the main channel)
* Filup Molina (formerly of New Rockstars; replaced Reina on SFN)

Occasional visitors:

* A number of DDN LA staffers make semi-regular appearances onscreen (especially Table Talk and Nuclear Family), including DJ Wooldridge (camera and one of the hosts of Superhero Roundup), Starline Hodge (the office's graphic designer and creator of {{Webcomic/Candi}}), Kristi Petherbridge (merch manager), Sophia Rocha (preproduction), JD Waldvogel (social media), Jeremy Azevedo (executive producer), and Dani Rosenberg.
* Chloe Dykstra (cosplayer and sketch comedian; mainly on [=SFNerd=]; also of TheNerdist)
* Alison Raskin and Gaby Dunn of the "Just Between Us" [=YouTube=] channel: Gaby and Lieberman were friends at Emerson College in Boston and they've collaborated on a number of Nuclear Family sketches.

They can be found [[http://www.youtube.com/user/SourceFed?ob=0&feature=results_main here.]]

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[=SourceFed=] is a {{spinoff}}, of sorts, of ''WebVideo/ThePhilipDeFrancoShow'' that [=DeFranco=] launched in 2012 as part of YouTube's content initiative. The channel runs regular shows Monday-Thursday, featuing five stories a day, 4 minute max per video. On Fridays they do "[[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Comment Commentary]]". Weekends originally featured movie reviews and Movie Club, as well as HilariousOuttakes, behind-the-scenes videos, one on ones, and game competitions.

The channel started with [=DeFranco=], [[Creator/BaratsAndBereta Joe Bereta]], Lee Newton and Elliott Morgan as the first commentators, and Kevin Brueck hosted "Curb Cash" on Saturdays. A couple weeks in [=DeFranco=] left, since the channel was intended to be separate of him, and let the others run the show. "Curb Cash" was eventually pulled due to low popularity, leaving the three commentators as the only members on the show. Steve Zaragoza, Trisha Hershberger, and Meg Turney would fill in when other members were gone for the main show, but as they were not employees of [=DeFranco=], they were not permanent fixtures on the commentaries. All three joined the show in short succession as official members in Fall 2012, and now all six rotate for presenting news and hosting weekend content. They all appear on the commentaries unless they're gone. They also run as a non-acting ProductionPosse for [=DeFranco=], joining him for [=VidCon=] and the Presidential debates, and he occasionally appears on weekend shows. For a span of time in 2013, Ross Everett joined the ranks of the hosts. In April 2014, Elliott and Meg[[labelnote:*]]Who moved back to her home state of Texas to work with Creator/RoosterTeeth and her boyfriend Gavin Free[[/labelnote]] both departed from [=SourceFed=], and three new hosts joined [=SourceFed=] Reina, Will, and Matt. While Ross went back to just writing the stories. Later on it was revealed that Ross also left [=SourceFed=] to pursue his own career. On Comment Commentary 150 Joe Bereta revealed that he will be leaving Sourcefed for a new job; his final day was December 31st 2014, and he was replaced by "Drawing Board" host Sam Bashor. Trisha Hershberger announced her departure in March 2015, to be replaced by Bree Essrig from The Young Turks. Lee's departure around the same time brought in three part-timers (actress Whitney Moore, comedian Mike Falzone, cosplayer/comedian Chloe Dykstra) and permanent cast member Maude Garrett. Elliott returned in September 2015 with once-a-week series "The Study", playing a twisted and rather nasty UpperClassTwit version of himself. Falzone became a permanent host in February 2016. Steven Suptic left in early 2016 when SPF was canceled (amid a frustrating flurry of NDAs that left fans very confused), then returned in September to the main channel. Steve Zaragoza went to part time in June, focusing mainly on Nuclear Family thereafter, while Maude Garrett left in August to be replaced by frequent fill-in host Whitney Moore. After SPF was canceled, Reina moved to Sourcefed Nerd for a while, before finally departing to Crunchyroll; she was replaced by Filup Molina.

Off-camera [=DeFranco=] employees DJ Wooldridge and Dani Rosenberg have also made semi-regular appearances onscreen, as have a number of friends of the show like Sara Fletcher, Nikki Philippi, and Jessica Nigri.

The current roster as of September 2016:

* Steve Zaragoza (also the creative director)
* William Haynes (hosts the "People Be Like" and "Politics Be Like" segments)
* Reina Scully (mainly on Super Panic Frenzy with occasional bits on [=SFNerd=])
* Matt Lieberman (co-producer of the Nuclear Family sketch comedy channel; also occasionally does an advice show on his personal channel)
* Sam Bashor (does pretty much everything, and host of the "Drawing Board" show for T-shirt designers)
* Bree Essrig (mostly focuses on news and sketch comedy; does an epic "[[GameOfThrones Sansa Stark]]-as-a-[=YouTuber=] impression; also one of the coproducers of Nuclear Family)
* Candace Carrizales (mainly Sourcefed; her comedy seems heavily Aubrey Plaza-inspired)
* Whitney Moore ([[Film/{{Birdemic}} actress]] and comedian, former host at Creator/GeekAndSundry, SourcefedNerd)
* Mike Falzone (Discovery Digital veteran, occasional news, TableTalk, podcast)
* Yessica Hernandez-Cruz: Sketch comedian and Buzzfeed Motion Pictures alum. Joined Will's People Be Like channel in June 2016.
* Ava Gordy ([=YouTuber=])
* Steven Suptic (formerly Super Panic Frenzy, returned to do news stories on the main channel)
* Filup Molina (formerly of New Rockstars; replaced Reina on SFN)

Occasional visitors:

* A number of DDN LA staffers make semi-regular appearances onscreen (especially Table Talk and Nuclear Family), including DJ Wooldridge (camera and one of the hosts of Superhero Roundup), Starline Hodge (the office's graphic designer and creator of {{Webcomic/Candi}}), Kristi Petherbridge (merch manager), Sophia Rocha (preproduction), JD Waldvogel (social media), Jeremy Azevedo (executive producer), and Dani Rosenberg.
* Chloe Dykstra (cosplayer and sketch comedian; mainly on [=SFNerd=]; also of TheNerdist)
* Alison Raskin and Gaby Dunn of the "Just Between Us" [=YouTube=] channel: Gaby and Lieberman were friends at Emerson College in Boston and they've collaborated on a number of Nuclear Family sketches.

They can be found [[http://www.
[[https://www.youtube.com/user/SourceFed?ob=0&feature=results_main here.]]
com/user/SourceFed/videos SourceFed]] was a {{spinoff}}, of sorts, of ''WebVideo/ThePhilipDeFrancoShow'' that [=DeFranco=] launched in 2012 as part of YouTube's content initiative and was cancelled in 2017. The channel ran regular shows Monday-Thursday, featuring five stories a day and 4 minutes max per video, and on Fridays they did "[[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Comment Commentary]]". Weekends originally featured movie reviews and Movie Club, as well as HilariousOuttakes, behind-the-scenes videos, one on ones, and game competitions.



Most of the hosts have their own personal channels as well: [[https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAdt0pw24jpW4nK9Ajc1nWg People Be Like (William)]] [[https://www.youtube.com/user/mlgHwnT The Steven Suptic Experience]] [[https://www.youtube.com/user/ReinaScully Reina Scully]] [[https://www.youtube.com/user/stevezaragoza Steve Zaragoza]] [[https://www.youtube.com/user/GeekBombshells Geek Bomb (Maude)]] [[https://www.youtube.com/user/matthewdlieberman Matt Lieberman]] [[https://www.youtube.com/user/DublinIncTV Sam Bashor]] [[https://www.youtube.com/user/BREEessrig Bree Essrig]] [[https://www.youtube.com/user/mikefalzone Mike Falzone]] [[https://www.youtube.com/user/ElliottMorgan Elliott Morgan]] [[https://www.youtube.com/user/andreiterbea Andrei Țerbea]] [[https://www.youtube.com/user/megturney Meg Turney]] [[https://www.youtube.com/user/Nerdychick5 Nerdychick5 (Trisha)]] [[https://www.youtube.com/user/TheRossEverett Ross Everett]] [[https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-djDF5-mD-B0wjDSaOCJ0g Joe Bereta]] [[https://www.youtube.com/user/MsLeenewton Lee Newton]] [[https://www.youtube.com/user/haltiamava Ava Gordy]] [[https://www.youtube.com/user/HunanPenguin HUNANPENGUIN (Candace Carrizales)]] [[https://www.youtube.com/user/FiMoKnows Filup Molina]]

On March 20th, 2017, it was announced that SourceFed (along with SourceFedNERD & People Be Like) would be shutting down by the end of the week. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I1D_vL2emBg Watch the announcement here.]]

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Most The channel had a notable [[RevolvingDoorBand Revolving-Door Cast]] of the hosts members that grew from its original lineup[[note]][[Creator/BaratsAndBereta Joe Bereta]], Elliot Morgan, Steve Zaragoza, Lee Newton, Trisha Hershberger, Meg Turney[[/note]], most of which have their own personal channels as well: well:

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[[https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAdt0pw24jpW4nK9Ajc1nWg People Be Like (William)]] (William)]]
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[[https://www.youtube.com/user/mlgHwnT The Steven Suptic Experience]] Experience]]
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[[https://www.youtube.com/user/ReinaScully Reina Scully]] Scully]]
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[[https://www.youtube.com/user/stevezaragoza Steve Zaragoza]] Zaragoza]]
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[[https://www.youtube.com/user/GeekBombshells Geek Bomb (Maude)]] (Maude)]]
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[[https://www.youtube.com/user/matthewdlieberman Matt Lieberman]] Lieberman]]
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[[https://www.youtube.com/user/DublinIncTV Sam Bashor]] Bashor]]
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[[https://www.youtube.com/user/BREEessrig Bree Essrig]] Essrig]]
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[[https://www.youtube.com/user/mikefalzone Mike Falzone]] Falzone]]
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[[https://www.youtube.com/user/ElliottMorgan Elliott Morgan]] Morgan]]
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[[https://www.youtube.com/user/andreiterbea Andrei Țerbea]] Țerbea]]
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[[https://www.youtube.com/user/megturney Meg Turney]] Turney]]
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[[https://www.youtube.com/user/Nerdychick5 Nerdychick5 (Trisha)]] (Trisha)]]
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[[https://www.youtube.com/user/TheRossEverett Ross Everett]] Everett]]
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[[https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-djDF5-mD-B0wjDSaOCJ0g Joe Bereta]] Bereta]]
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[[https://www.youtube.com/user/MsLeenewton Lee Newton]] Newton]]
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[[https://www.youtube.com/user/haltiamava Ava Gordy]] Gordy]]
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[[https://www.youtube.com/user/HunanPenguin HUNANPENGUIN (Candace Carrizales)]] Carrizales)]]
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[[https://www.youtube.com/user/FiMoKnows Filup Molina]]

On March 20th, 2017, it was announced that SourceFed (along with SourceFedNERD & People Be Like) would be shutting down by the end of the week. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I1D_vL2emBg Watch On March 20th, 2017]], it was announced that SourceFed (along with [=SourceFedNERD=] & People Be Like) was going to get cancelled by the announcement here.]]
end of the week, and the channel officially ended [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=grwEevizUaU&t=21602s four days later]] with a six-hour livestream.

[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3W1oFAwewyA On May 4th, 2017]], [=SourceFedNERD=] was officially rebranded as [=NowThis=] Nerd without any prior knowledge and against the wishes of the former SF hosts, some of whom were publicly outspoken against the rebranding. The SF audience was particularly non-receptive to the change, and all videos made since the rebranding have been swarmed with dislikes.
9th Apr '17 11:04:37 AM nombretomado
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The channel started with [=DeFranco=], [[Creator/BaratsAndBereta Joe Bereta]], Lee Newton and Elliott Morgan as the first commentators, and Kevin Brueck hosted "Curb Cash" on Saturdays. A couple weeks in [=DeFranco=] left, since the channel was intended to be separate of him, and let the others run the show. "Curb Cash" was eventually pulled due to low popularity, leaving the three commentators as the only members on the show. Steve Zaragoza, Trisha Hershberger, and Meg Turney would fill in when other members were gone for the main show, but as they were not employees of [=DeFranco=], they were not permanent fixtures on the commentaries. All three joined the show in short succession as official members in Fall 2012, and now all six rotate for presenting news and hosting weekend content. They all appear on the commentaries unless they're gone. They also run as a non-acting ProductionPosse for [=DeFranco=], joining him for [=VidCon=] and the Presidential debates, and he occasionally appears on weekend shows. For a span of time in 2013, Ross Everett joined the ranks of the hosts. In April 2014, Elliott and Meg[[labelnote:*]]Who moved back to her home state of Texas to work with RoosterTeeth and her boyfriend Gavin Free[[/labelnote]] both departed from [=SourceFed=], and three new hosts joined [=SourceFed=] Reina, Will, and Matt. While Ross went back to just writing the stories. Later on it was revealed that Ross also left [=SourceFed=] to pursue his own career. On Comment Commentary 150 Joe Bereta revealed that he will be leaving Sourcefed for a new job; his final day was December 31st 2014, and he was replaced by "Drawing Board" host Sam Bashor. Trisha Hershberger announced her departure in March 2015, to be replaced by Bree Essrig from The Young Turks. Lee's departure around the same time brought in three part-timers (actress Whitney Moore, comedian Mike Falzone, cosplayer/comedian Chloe Dykstra) and permanent cast member Maude Garrett. Elliott returned in September 2015 with once-a-week series "The Study", playing a twisted and rather nasty UpperClassTwit version of himself. Falzone became a permanent host in February 2016. Steven Suptic left in early 2016 when SPF was canceled (amid a frustrating flurry of NDAs that left fans very confused), then returned in September to the main channel. Steve Zaragoza went to part time in June, focusing mainly on Nuclear Family thereafter, while Maude Garrett left in August to be replaced by frequent fill-in host Whitney Moore. After SPF was canceled, Reina moved to Sourcefed Nerd for a while, before finally departing to Crunchyroll; she was replaced by Filup Molina.

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The channel started with [=DeFranco=], [[Creator/BaratsAndBereta Joe Bereta]], Lee Newton and Elliott Morgan as the first commentators, and Kevin Brueck hosted "Curb Cash" on Saturdays. A couple weeks in [=DeFranco=] left, since the channel was intended to be separate of him, and let the others run the show. "Curb Cash" was eventually pulled due to low popularity, leaving the three commentators as the only members on the show. Steve Zaragoza, Trisha Hershberger, and Meg Turney would fill in when other members were gone for the main show, but as they were not employees of [=DeFranco=], they were not permanent fixtures on the commentaries. All three joined the show in short succession as official members in Fall 2012, and now all six rotate for presenting news and hosting weekend content. They all appear on the commentaries unless they're gone. They also run as a non-acting ProductionPosse for [=DeFranco=], joining him for [=VidCon=] and the Presidential debates, and he occasionally appears on weekend shows. For a span of time in 2013, Ross Everett joined the ranks of the hosts. In April 2014, Elliott and Meg[[labelnote:*]]Who moved back to her home state of Texas to work with RoosterTeeth Creator/RoosterTeeth and her boyfriend Gavin Free[[/labelnote]] both departed from [=SourceFed=], and three new hosts joined [=SourceFed=] Reina, Will, and Matt. While Ross went back to just writing the stories. Later on it was revealed that Ross also left [=SourceFed=] to pursue his own career. On Comment Commentary 150 Joe Bereta revealed that he will be leaving Sourcefed for a new job; his final day was December 31st 2014, and he was replaced by "Drawing Board" host Sam Bashor. Trisha Hershberger announced her departure in March 2015, to be replaced by Bree Essrig from The Young Turks. Lee's departure around the same time brought in three part-timers (actress Whitney Moore, comedian Mike Falzone, cosplayer/comedian Chloe Dykstra) and permanent cast member Maude Garrett. Elliott returned in September 2015 with once-a-week series "The Study", playing a twisted and rather nasty UpperClassTwit version of himself. Falzone became a permanent host in February 2016. Steven Suptic left in early 2016 when SPF was canceled (amid a frustrating flurry of NDAs that left fans very confused), then returned in September to the main channel. Steve Zaragoza went to part time in June, focusing mainly on Nuclear Family thereafter, while Maude Garrett left in August to be replaced by frequent fill-in host Whitney Moore. After SPF was canceled, Reina moved to Sourcefed Nerd for a while, before finally departing to Crunchyroll; she was replaced by Filup Molina.
20th Mar '17 6:35:14 PM ele3000
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On March 20th, 2017, it was announced that SourceFed (along with SourceFedNERD & People Be Like) would be shutting down by the end of the week. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I1D_vL2emBg Watch the announcement here.]]
29th Nov '16 1:16:40 PM Xtifr
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* Whitney Moore ([[Film/{{Birdemic}} actress]] and comedian, former host at Geek and Sundry, SourcefedNerd)

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* Whitney Moore ([[Film/{{Birdemic}} actress]] and comedian, former host at Geek and Sundry, Creator/GeekAndSundry, SourcefedNerd)
14th Sep '16 11:59:51 AM evdebs
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The current roster as of March 2016:

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The current roster as of March September 2016:
14th Sep '16 11:59:34 AM evdebs
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The channel started with [=DeFranco=], [[Creator/BaratsAndBereta Joe Bereta]], Lee Newton and Elliott Morgan as the first commentators, and Kevin Brueck hosted "Curb Cash" on Saturdays. A couple weeks in [=DeFranco=] left, since the channel was intended to be separate of him, and let the others run the show. "Curb Cash" was eventually pulled due to low popularity, leaving the three commentators as the only members on the show. Steve Zaragoza, Trisha Hershberger, and Meg Turney would fill in when other members were gone for the main show, but as they were not employees of [=DeFranco=], they were not permanent fixtures on the commentaries. All three joined the show in short succession as official members in Fall 2012, and now all six rotate for presenting news and hosting weekend content. They all appear on the commentaries unless they're gone. They also run as a non-acting ProductionPosse for [=DeFranco=], joining him for [=VidCon=] and the Presidential debates, and he occasionally appears on weekend shows. For a span of time in 2013, Ross Everett joined the ranks of the hosts. In April 2014, Elliott and Meg[[labelnote:*]]Who moved back to her home state of Texas to work with RoosterTeeth and her boyfriend Gavin Free[[/labelnote]] both departed from [=SourceFed=], and three new hosts joined [=SourceFed=] Reina, Will, and Matt. While Ross went back to just writing the stories. Later on it was revealed that Ross also left [=SourceFed=] to pursue his own career. On Comment Commentary 150 Joe Bereta revealed that he will be leaving Sourcefed for a new job; his final day was December 31st 2014, and he was replaced by "Drawing Board" host Sam Bashor. Trisha Hershberger announced her departure in March 2015, to be replaced by Bree Essrig from The Young Turks. Lee's departure around the same time brought in three part-timers (actress Whitney Moore, comedian Mike Falzone, cosplayer/comedian Chloe Dykstra) and permanent cast member Maude Garrett. Elliott returned in September 2015 with once-a-week series "The Study", playing a twisted and rather nasty UpperClassTwit version of himself. Falzone became a permanent host in February 2016. Steven Suptic left in early 2016 when SPF was canceled (amid a frustrating flurry of NDAs that left fans very confused), then returned in September to the main channel. Steve Zaragoza went to part time in June, focusing mainly on Nuclear Family thereafter, while Maude Garrett left in August to be replaced by frequent fill-in host Whitney Moore.

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The channel started with [=DeFranco=], [[Creator/BaratsAndBereta Joe Bereta]], Lee Newton and Elliott Morgan as the first commentators, and Kevin Brueck hosted "Curb Cash" on Saturdays. A couple weeks in [=DeFranco=] left, since the channel was intended to be separate of him, and let the others run the show. "Curb Cash" was eventually pulled due to low popularity, leaving the three commentators as the only members on the show. Steve Zaragoza, Trisha Hershberger, and Meg Turney would fill in when other members were gone for the main show, but as they were not employees of [=DeFranco=], they were not permanent fixtures on the commentaries. All three joined the show in short succession as official members in Fall 2012, and now all six rotate for presenting news and hosting weekend content. They all appear on the commentaries unless they're gone. They also run as a non-acting ProductionPosse for [=DeFranco=], joining him for [=VidCon=] and the Presidential debates, and he occasionally appears on weekend shows. For a span of time in 2013, Ross Everett joined the ranks of the hosts. In April 2014, Elliott and Meg[[labelnote:*]]Who moved back to her home state of Texas to work with RoosterTeeth and her boyfriend Gavin Free[[/labelnote]] both departed from [=SourceFed=], and three new hosts joined [=SourceFed=] Reina, Will, and Matt. While Ross went back to just writing the stories. Later on it was revealed that Ross also left [=SourceFed=] to pursue his own career. On Comment Commentary 150 Joe Bereta revealed that he will be leaving Sourcefed for a new job; his final day was December 31st 2014, and he was replaced by "Drawing Board" host Sam Bashor. Trisha Hershberger announced her departure in March 2015, to be replaced by Bree Essrig from The Young Turks. Lee's departure around the same time brought in three part-timers (actress Whitney Moore, comedian Mike Falzone, cosplayer/comedian Chloe Dykstra) and permanent cast member Maude Garrett. Elliott returned in September 2015 with once-a-week series "The Study", playing a twisted and rather nasty UpperClassTwit version of himself. Falzone became a permanent host in February 2016. Steven Suptic left in early 2016 when SPF was canceled (amid a frustrating flurry of NDAs that left fans very confused), then returned in September to the main channel. Steve Zaragoza went to part time in June, focusing mainly on Nuclear Family thereafter, while Maude Garrett left in August to be replaced by frequent fill-in host Whitney Moore. \n After SPF was canceled, Reina moved to Sourcefed Nerd for a while, before finally departing to Crunchyroll; she was replaced by Filup Molina.




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* Filup Molina (formerly of New Rockstars; replaced Reina on SFN)



Most of the hosts have their own personal channels as well: [[https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAdt0pw24jpW4nK9Ajc1nWg People Be Like (William)]] [[https://www.youtube.com/user/mlgHwnT The Steven Suptic Experience]] [[https://www.youtube.com/user/ReinaScully Reina Scully]] [[https://www.youtube.com/user/stevezaragoza Steve Zaragoza]] [[https://www.youtube.com/user/GeekBombshells Geek Bomb (Maude)]] [[https://www.youtube.com/user/matthewdlieberman Matt Lieberman]] [[https://www.youtube.com/user/DublinIncTV Sam Bashor]] [[https://www.youtube.com/user/BREEessrig Bree Essrig]] [[https://www.youtube.com/user/mikefalzone Mike Falzone]] [[https://www.youtube.com/user/ElliottMorgan Elliott Morgan]] [[https://www.youtube.com/user/andreiterbea Andrei Țerbea]] [[https://www.youtube.com/user/megturney Meg Turney]] [[https://www.youtube.com/user/Nerdychick5 Nerdychick5 (Trisha)]] [[https://www.youtube.com/user/TheRossEverett Ross Everett]] [[https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-djDF5-mD-B0wjDSaOCJ0g Joe Bereta]] [[https://www.youtube.com/user/MsLeenewton Lee Newton]] [[https://www.youtube.com/user/haltiamava Ava Gordy]] [[https://www.youtube.com/user/HunanPenguin HUNANPENGUIN (Candace Carrizales)]]

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Most of the hosts have their own personal channels as well: [[https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAdt0pw24jpW4nK9Ajc1nWg People Be Like (William)]] [[https://www.youtube.com/user/mlgHwnT The Steven Suptic Experience]] [[https://www.youtube.com/user/ReinaScully Reina Scully]] [[https://www.youtube.com/user/stevezaragoza Steve Zaragoza]] [[https://www.youtube.com/user/GeekBombshells Geek Bomb (Maude)]] [[https://www.youtube.com/user/matthewdlieberman Matt Lieberman]] [[https://www.youtube.com/user/DublinIncTV Sam Bashor]] [[https://www.youtube.com/user/BREEessrig Bree Essrig]] [[https://www.youtube.com/user/mikefalzone Mike Falzone]] [[https://www.youtube.com/user/ElliottMorgan Elliott Morgan]] [[https://www.youtube.com/user/andreiterbea Andrei Țerbea]] [[https://www.youtube.com/user/megturney Meg Turney]] [[https://www.youtube.com/user/Nerdychick5 Nerdychick5 (Trisha)]] [[https://www.youtube.com/user/TheRossEverett Ross Everett]] [[https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-djDF5-mD-B0wjDSaOCJ0g Joe Bereta]] [[https://www.youtube.com/user/MsLeenewton Lee Newton]] [[https://www.youtube.com/user/haltiamava Ava Gordy]] [[https://www.youtube.com/user/HunanPenguin HUNANPENGUIN (Candace Carrizales)]]
Carrizales)]] [[https://www.youtube.com/user/FiMoKnows Filup Molina]]


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* CreatorBreakdown: A mild case of this, triggered by the cancellation of SPF, was why Reina ultimately left for Crunchyroll.
14th Sep '16 11:55:46 AM evdebs
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The channel started with [=DeFranco=], [[Creator/BaratsAndBereta Joe Bereta]], Lee Newton and Elliott Morgan as the first commentators, and Kevin Brueck hosted "Curb Cash" on Saturdays. A couple weeks in [=DeFranco=] left, since the channel was intended to be separate of him, and let the others run the show. "Curb Cash" was eventually pulled due to low popularity, leaving the three commentators as the only members on the show. Steve Zaragoza, Trisha Hershberger, and Meg Turney would fill in when other members were gone for the main show, but as they were not employees of [=DeFranco=], they were not permanent fixtures on the commentaries. All three joined the show in short succession as official members in Fall 2012, and now all six rotate for presenting news and hosting weekend content. They all appear on the commentaries unless they're gone. They also run as a non-acting ProductionPosse for [=DeFranco=], joining him for [=VidCon=] and the Presidential debates, and he occasionally appears on weekend shows. For a span of time in 2013, Ross Everett joined the ranks of the hosts. In April 2014, Elliott and Meg[[labelnote:*]]Who moved back to her home state of Texas to work with RoosterTeeth and her boyfriend Gavin Free[[/labelnote]] both departed from [=SourceFed=], and three new hosts joined [=SourceFed=] Reina, Will, and Matt. While Ross went back to just writing the stories. Later on it was revealed that Ross also left [=SourceFed=] to pursue his own career. On Comment Commentary 150 Joe Bereta revealed that he will be leaving Sourcefed for a new job; his final day was December 31st 2014, and he was replaced by "Drawing Board" host Sam Bashor. Trisha Hershberger announced her departure in March 2015, to be replaced by Bree Essrig from The Young Turks. Lee's departure around the same time brought in three part-timers (actress Whitney Moore, comedian Mike Falzone, cosplayer/comedian Chloe Dykstra) and permanent cast member Maude Garrett. Elliott returned in September 2015 with once-a-week series "The Study", playing a twisted and rather nasty UpperClassTwit version of himself. Falzone became a permanent host in February 2016. Steven Suptic left in early 2016 when SPF was canceled (amid a frustrating flurry of NDAs that left fans very confused). Steve Zaragoza went to part time in June, focusing mainly on Nuclear Family thereafter, while Maude Garrett left in August to be replaced by frequent fill-in host Whitney Moore.

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The channel started with [=DeFranco=], [[Creator/BaratsAndBereta Joe Bereta]], Lee Newton and Elliott Morgan as the first commentators, and Kevin Brueck hosted "Curb Cash" on Saturdays. A couple weeks in [=DeFranco=] left, since the channel was intended to be separate of him, and let the others run the show. "Curb Cash" was eventually pulled due to low popularity, leaving the three commentators as the only members on the show. Steve Zaragoza, Trisha Hershberger, and Meg Turney would fill in when other members were gone for the main show, but as they were not employees of [=DeFranco=], they were not permanent fixtures on the commentaries. All three joined the show in short succession as official members in Fall 2012, and now all six rotate for presenting news and hosting weekend content. They all appear on the commentaries unless they're gone. They also run as a non-acting ProductionPosse for [=DeFranco=], joining him for [=VidCon=] and the Presidential debates, and he occasionally appears on weekend shows. For a span of time in 2013, Ross Everett joined the ranks of the hosts. In April 2014, Elliott and Meg[[labelnote:*]]Who moved back to her home state of Texas to work with RoosterTeeth and her boyfriend Gavin Free[[/labelnote]] both departed from [=SourceFed=], and three new hosts joined [=SourceFed=] Reina, Will, and Matt. While Ross went back to just writing the stories. Later on it was revealed that Ross also left [=SourceFed=] to pursue his own career. On Comment Commentary 150 Joe Bereta revealed that he will be leaving Sourcefed for a new job; his final day was December 31st 2014, and he was replaced by "Drawing Board" host Sam Bashor. Trisha Hershberger announced her departure in March 2015, to be replaced by Bree Essrig from The Young Turks. Lee's departure around the same time brought in three part-timers (actress Whitney Moore, comedian Mike Falzone, cosplayer/comedian Chloe Dykstra) and permanent cast member Maude Garrett. Elliott returned in September 2015 with once-a-week series "The Study", playing a twisted and rather nasty UpperClassTwit version of himself. Falzone became a permanent host in February 2016. Steven Suptic left in early 2016 when SPF was canceled (amid a frustrating flurry of NDAs that left fans very confused). confused), then returned in September to the main channel. Steve Zaragoza went to part time in June, focusing mainly on Nuclear Family thereafter, while Maude Garrett left in August to be replaced by frequent fill-in host Whitney Moore.
Moore.



* Elliott Morgan (hosts "The Study" segment)




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* Ava Gordy ([=YouTuber=])
* Steven Suptic (formerly Super Panic Frenzy, returned to do news stories on the main channel)



* Ava Gordy ([=YouTuber=])



Most of the hosts have their own personal channels as well: [[https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAdt0pw24jpW4nK9Ajc1nWg People Be Like (William)]] [[https://www.youtube.com/user/mlgHwnT The Steven Suptic Experience]] [[https://www.youtube.com/user/ReinaScully Reina Scully]] [[https://www.youtube.com/user/stevezaragoza Steve Zaragoza]] [[https://www.youtube.com/user/GeekBombshells Geek Bomb (Maude)]] [[https://www.youtube.com/user/matthewdlieberman Matt Lieberman]] [[https://www.youtube.com/user/DublinIncTV Sam Bashor]] [[https://www.youtube.com/user/BREEessrig Bree Essrig]] [[https://www.youtube.com/user/mikefalzone Mike Falzone]] [[https://www.youtube.com/user/ElliottMorgan Elliott Morgan]] [[https://www.youtube.com/user/andreiterbea Andrei Țerbea]] [[https://www.youtube.com/user/megturney Meg Turney]] [[https://www.youtube.com/user/Nerdychick5 Nerdychick5 (Trisha)]] [[https://www.youtube.com/user/TheRossEverett Ross Everett]] [[https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-djDF5-mD-B0wjDSaOCJ0g Joe Bereta]] [[https://www.youtube.com/user/MsLeenewton Lee Newton]]

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Most of the hosts have their own personal channels as well: [[https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAdt0pw24jpW4nK9Ajc1nWg People Be Like (William)]] [[https://www.youtube.com/user/mlgHwnT The Steven Suptic Experience]] [[https://www.youtube.com/user/ReinaScully Reina Scully]] [[https://www.youtube.com/user/stevezaragoza Steve Zaragoza]] [[https://www.youtube.com/user/GeekBombshells Geek Bomb (Maude)]] [[https://www.youtube.com/user/matthewdlieberman Matt Lieberman]] [[https://www.youtube.com/user/DublinIncTV Sam Bashor]] [[https://www.youtube.com/user/BREEessrig Bree Essrig]] [[https://www.youtube.com/user/mikefalzone Mike Falzone]] [[https://www.youtube.com/user/ElliottMorgan Elliott Morgan]] [[https://www.youtube.com/user/andreiterbea Andrei Țerbea]] [[https://www.youtube.com/user/megturney Meg Turney]] [[https://www.youtube.com/user/Nerdychick5 Nerdychick5 (Trisha)]] [[https://www.youtube.com/user/TheRossEverett Ross Everett]] [[https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-djDF5-mD-B0wjDSaOCJ0g Joe Bereta]] [[https://www.youtube.com/user/MsLeenewton Lee Newton]]
Newton]] [[https://www.youtube.com/user/haltiamava Ava Gordy]] [[https://www.youtube.com/user/HunanPenguin HUNANPENGUIN (Candace Carrizales)]]
3rd Sep '16 10:56:45 AM SinDustries
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[=SourceFed=] is a {{spinoff}}, of sorts, of ''WebVideo/ThePhilipDeFrancoShow'' that [=DeFranco=] launched in 2012 as part of YouTube's content initiative. The channel runs regular shows Monday-Thursday, featuing five stories a day, 4 minute max per video. On Fridays they do "[[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Comment Commentary]]". Weekends originally featured movie reviews and Movie Club, as well as HilariousOuttakes, behind-the-scenes videos, one on ones, game competitions on the weekends.

The channel started with [=DeFranco=], [[Creator/BaratsAndBereta Joe Bereta]], Lee Newton and Elliott Morgan, and [=DeFranco=] as the first commentators, and Kevin Brueck hosted "Curb Cash" on Saturdays. A couple weeks in [=DeFranco=] left, since the channel was intended to be separate of him, and let the others run the show. "Curb Cash" was eventually pulled due to low popularity, leaving the three commentators as the only members on the show. Steve Zaragoza, Trisha Hershberger, and Meg Turney would fill in when other members were gone for the main show, but as they were not employees of [=DeFranco=], they were not permanent fixtures on the commentaries. All three joined the show in short succession as official members in Fall 2012, and now all six rotate for presenting news and hosting weekend content. They all appear on the commentaries unless they're gone. They also run as a non-acting ProductionPosse for [=DeFranco=], joining him for [=VidCon=] and the Presidential debates, and he occasionally appears on weekend shows. For a span of time in 2013, Ross Everett joined the ranks of the hosts. In April 2014, Elliott and Meg[[labelnote:*]]Who moved back to her home state of Texas to work with RoosterTeeth and her boyfriend Gavin Free[[/labelnote]] both departed from [=SourceFed=], and three new hosts joined [=SourceFed=] Reina, Will, and Matt. While Ross went back to just writing the stories. Later on it was revealed that Ross also left [=SourceFed=] to pursue his own career. On Comment Commentary 150 Joe Bereta revealed that he will be leaving Sourcefed for a new job; his final day was December 31st 2014, and he was replaced by "Drawing Board" host Sam Bashor. Trisha Hershberger announced her departure in March 2015, to be replaced by Bree Essrig from The Young Turks. Lee's departure around the same time brought in three part-timers (actress Whitney Moore, comedian Mike Falzone, cosplayer/comedian Chloe Dykstra) and permanent cast member Maude Garrett. Elliott returned in September 2015 with once-a-week series "The Study", playing a twisted and rather nasty UpperClassTwit version of himself. Falzone became a permanent host in February 2016. Steven Suptic left in early 2016 when SPF was canceled (amid a frustrating flurry of NDAs that left fans very confused). Steve Zaragoza went to part time in June, focusing mainly on Nuclear Family thereafter, while Maude Garrett left in August to be replaced by frequent fill-in host Whitney Moore.

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[=SourceFed=] is a {{spinoff}}, of sorts, of ''WebVideo/ThePhilipDeFrancoShow'' that [=DeFranco=] launched in 2012 as part of YouTube's content initiative. The channel runs regular shows Monday-Thursday, featuing five stories a day, 4 minute max per video. On Fridays they do "[[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Comment Commentary]]". Weekends originally featured movie reviews and Movie Club, as well as HilariousOuttakes, behind-the-scenes videos, one on ones, and game competitions on the weekends.competitions.

The channel started with [=DeFranco=], [[Creator/BaratsAndBereta Joe Bereta]], Lee Newton and Elliott Morgan, and [=DeFranco=] Morgan as the first commentators, and Kevin Brueck hosted "Curb Cash" on Saturdays. A couple weeks in [=DeFranco=] left, since the channel was intended to be separate of him, and let the others run the show. "Curb Cash" was eventually pulled due to low popularity, leaving the three commentators as the only members on the show. Steve Zaragoza, Trisha Hershberger, and Meg Turney would fill in when other members were gone for the main show, but as they were not employees of [=DeFranco=], they were not permanent fixtures on the commentaries. All three joined the show in short succession as official members in Fall 2012, and now all six rotate for presenting news and hosting weekend content. They all appear on the commentaries unless they're gone. They also run as a non-acting ProductionPosse for [=DeFranco=], joining him for [=VidCon=] and the Presidential debates, and he occasionally appears on weekend shows. For a span of time in 2013, Ross Everett joined the ranks of the hosts. In April 2014, Elliott and Meg[[labelnote:*]]Who moved back to her home state of Texas to work with RoosterTeeth and her boyfriend Gavin Free[[/labelnote]] both departed from [=SourceFed=], and three new hosts joined [=SourceFed=] Reina, Will, and Matt. While Ross went back to just writing the stories. Later on it was revealed that Ross also left [=SourceFed=] to pursue his own career. On Comment Commentary 150 Joe Bereta revealed that he will be leaving Sourcefed for a new job; his final day was December 31st 2014, and he was replaced by "Drawing Board" host Sam Bashor. Trisha Hershberger announced her departure in March 2015, to be replaced by Bree Essrig from The Young Turks. Lee's departure around the same time brought in three part-timers (actress Whitney Moore, comedian Mike Falzone, cosplayer/comedian Chloe Dykstra) and permanent cast member Maude Garrett. Elliott returned in September 2015 with once-a-week series "The Study", playing a twisted and rather nasty UpperClassTwit version of himself. Falzone became a permanent host in February 2016. Steven Suptic left in early 2016 when SPF was canceled (amid a frustrating flurry of NDAs that left fans very confused). Steve Zaragoza went to part time in June, focusing mainly on Nuclear Family thereafter, while Maude Garrett left in August to be replaced by frequent fill-in host Whitney Moore.
27th Aug '16 12:13:33 PM evdebs
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* #Weina has been revived and is Played straight. Will is dating Reina Hardesty, although the fans agree that it isn't the same.

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* ** #Weina has been revived and is Played straight. Will is dating Reina Hardesty, although the fans agree that it isn't the same.
** #Smaude, a fan obsession for months, got shouts out in the blooper reels towards the end of Maude's tenure, culminating in Sam and Maude actually kissing on the million-subscriber live stream that also marked the end of Maude's time as a full-timer on SFN. (Newish-comer Whitney Moore celebrated by chugging from a champagne bottle.)
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