Ask a Ninja, the online video comedy show, a brainchild of  Kent Nichols and Douglas Sarine, is taking in over $100,000 per month in advertising revenue and getting a staggering 2.7 million monthly views, according to a report out today in TV Week.

Seems that Federated Media is doing a good job in selling ads for the show.  And the tiny San Francisco start-up CastFire is doing an impressive job in publishing the video. 

Beet.TV, also covered in the story by Daisy Whitney, has been doing pretty well.  We’re building a niche audience or smart and influential viewers like you, and advertisers are paying us some respectable sponsorship fees to be at the party.

Last month I interviewed Ask a Ninja co-founder Kent Nichols in San Francisco.  He was up from Los Angeles for the NewTeeVee Live event.  I’ve reposted my interview with him here.

— Andy Plesser