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Daryn Strauss is a WRITERS GUILD AWARD winning writer, producer, and director, who has made her mark in the digital world and emerged as an expert in digital content production, having developed online video series, video platforms, live events, livestreams, social media and other digital content experiences for NBCUniversal, AOL, DigitasLBi, Astronauts Wanted, and Sony Music, which have won numerous digital publishing awards.

Her sassy, touching, and relatable voice first received notice when her web series "Downsized" launched as part of of the first wave of scripted web series. The critically acclaimed series, inspired by Daryn's experiences working as a paralegal at financial firms during the economic crisis, ran online from 2009-2012 and was recognized by numerous publications including the Los Angeles Times, Indiewire, Fast Company, and The Guardian as one of the best series on the web, earning Daryn a 2012 WRITERS GUILD AWARD nomination the second year after the category was created. She took home the 2016 WRITERS GUILD AWARD for Original New Media for "Weight," her online comedy about life after reality TV weight loss, which she created, wrote, and executive produced.

She was also part of the writing team of the EMMY AWARD winning transmedia series "The Lizzie Bennet Diaries" (75 million+ views on YouTube, Amazon & iTunes). She developed "Day Off," a social media take on Ferris Bueller’s Day Off for Vine and YouTube featuring Cameron Dallas, Nash Grier, and Lauren Giraldo for Astronauts Wanted/ Sony Music (2.5 million+ views on YouTube) and directed the digital strategy for AOL's award-winning multi-platform series MAKERS, which aired on PBS and (40 million+ views on and a #1 trending topic on Twitter). She is a long-time writer/ producer of several Newfronts and served as the digital producer for the digital companion experience to NBCUniversal's 2017 Upfront at Radio City Music Hall.

Daryn is best known for her 2010-2012 blog “Digital Chick TV” which celebrated the work of female online video creators.