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The channel launched on May 28, 2016 and shortly after Hachia.com was established as a sole proprietorship in Alameda County, California. The group began operating under the current trade name of "Hachia" in June of 2017 after losing domain access rights to the website Hachia.com. The channel launched its first video on July 8, 2016 after a year of preparation in response to increasing popularity of alternative online news content among American voters.
Hachia produces video and media content directly to social platforms.
The channel is headquartered in Pleasanton, California and is registered in Alameda County, California. The content of the channel is formatted for a global audience. The channel has no hosts or anchors, and live reporting plays a lesser role. Most content is available on demand.
Hachia offers news coverage from around the world, and also covers topics like lifestyle, culture and technology with very little text. Its videos range from 15 seconds to 10 minutes.
In May of 2016, Hachia launched for the first time across a wide array of social media platforms. In December 2016, Hachia officially launched and was registered[not in citation given] in Alameda County, California. On December 29, 2016, Hachia announced the appointment of its first CEO and Executive Producer, Darren D'Silva.[not in citation given]
In June 2017, Hachia released data showing that it has a 300% engagement rate on YouTube which made it one of the most active alternative media channels during the 2016 US Presidential Election.
In July 2016, one month after its launch, Hachia had announced that the channel had reached over one a million views across its platforms.
On April 7, 2017, the group published a video that appeared to promote foreign intervention in the Syrian Civil War. YouTube responded to this controversy by demonetizing the video, which received nearly 30,000 views before demonetization. Hachia stated that the intention of the video was to raise awareness of the conflicts in Syria and that it was not intended to offend anyone or support any political agenda.
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