In early 2009, CollegeHumor's editorial staff wrote and starred in their own TV show, TheCollegeHumorShow, on MTV. CollegeHumor is operated by CHMedia.
CollegeHumor's website was created in 1999, seven years before it joined YouTube. It was started by two high school friends with help from a web developer. The website soon gained popularity and garners 7 million monthly visits now.
In recent years, CollegeHumor has become known for its original comedy content. The site has been nominated for various awards including a Webby Award in the humor category among others.
CollegeHumor produces original comedy videos, in addition, the site hosts a large collection of user-submitted viral videos, encompassing home movies, bizarre sports highlights, sketches, and the like. These videos are released 1 month prior to being posted on YouTube.
The CollegeHumor YouTube Channel has reached over 6 billion views, and over 12 million subscribers as of December 2017. The CollegeHumor YouTube Channel was once in top ten most viewed and most subscribed on YouTube.
Strictly on their website, CollegeHumor's Pictures section features user-submitted photographs. Like the site's videos, CollegeHumor's pictures are of a humorous or bizarre nature. CollegeHumor also occasionally holds photo-based contests for its users.
Strictly on their website, CollegeHumor posts original writing from its staff and users, including humorous essays, comics, interviews and weekly columns on sports, video games, college life, and dating.