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Early Years Edit

  • 2003 — Original Zimmer Twins concept was developed under the working title "Storymill."
  • 2004 — Production starts after the deal was inked with Teletoon.
  • 2005 — Zimmer Twins launches in Canada in March, in partnership with TELETOON Canada and the Bell Broadcast and New Media Fund.
  • 2006 — Zimmer Twins Australia website launches in July in partnership with ABC. Sixty on-air RocoPics broadcast in Australia from 2006 to 2008.
  • 2006 — re-launches in March with new features, including a longer 1800-second timeline, blog, and ability to start a movie from scratch.
  • 2006 — Zimmer Twins Canada debuts second season on TELETOON in June.

2007 Edit

  • The third season of Zimmer Twins Canada airs on TELETOON in July.
  • launches in the US in November in partnership with qubo and Bejuba. Thirty quboPics are broadcast on US TV in 2007 and 2008.
  • and gets a major update in January with new clips, starters and Golden Idol Awards.
  • The Canadian exclusive starter "Kitty Dreams" is revealed on the site.
  • The Share button was added to
  • Jason announces that never-before-seen clips will be produced. It is unknown which, because Jason is asking the members for the new clips.
  • January through February, Clips were introduced each week. They are Cell Phone, Uses Computer, Texts, Cries, and Computer Screen.
  • March through October, new Star Clips were introduced, including: the Alien, Madame Psycho (Mme Psycho, the name of the clip.) Delivery Boy, and Wizard.

2008 Edit

  • In September, Teletoon airs a special half-hour show called "The Zimmer Twins Present: The Golden Idol Awards." Winning movies and directors from Zimmer Twins Canada are selected by online votes.

2009 Edit

  • The second season of quboPics airs in May on qubo in the US in 2009 and 2010.
  • Zimmer Twins iPhone and iPod touch games launch.

2010 Edit

  • 2010 — wraps up partnership with qubo and re-launches with new VIP memberships in March.
  • May 2010 - A YT channel is launched with contests happening to get your video on YouTube.
  • May 28, 2010 - The French Les Jumeaux Zimmer and the Canadian Zimmer Twins sites were closed down. Jason Krogh, the producer, says that this was done to encourage members to come to the main site, so they could buy VIP memberships, and that it is easier for the editors to operate one site.
  • June 2010 - A YouTube summer contest takes place.
  • July 2010 - The first sponsored contest. Make a movie about safety to win a Nutcase Helmet and VIP.
  • September 2010 - A sponsored back-to-school drawing contest takes place with the prize being a Backpack, a Monster Factory toy and VIP.
  • November 2010 - A Thanksgiving YT contest is held.
  • December 2010 - The editors take a break for the holidays.

2011 Edit

  • May 2011 - The famous "Summer is (almost) here" contest is held. The winners get their videos on YouTube, as usual.
  • September 2011 - Moderator JCee from the .ca website returns!
  • October 2011 - The Zimmer Twins at School website launches.

2012 Edit

  • February 2012 - A minor Valentines blog contest is held with no prize.
  • October 2012 - A Halloween VIP membership contest happens, but the videos do not go on YouTube.

2013 Edit

  • January 2013 - A New Years VIP membership contest happens, but the videos do not go on YouTube.
  • March and April 2013 - A Spring VIP membership contest is held, but the videos do not go on YouTube.

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