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The most-viewed creators on YouTube in 2019 include PewDiePie, David Dobrik, and some of your favorite gamers
YouTube has released its annual end-of-the-year trends and highlights, showcasing the most popular creators and viral videos across the platform.
The Swedish YouTube star appears briefly in the video, where his record of 4 billion video views this year is acknowledged.
YouTube hinted that its ‘Rewind 2019’ video will include PewDiePie and other stars the platform left out of last year’s much-hated v...
Last year's Rewind video was criticized for failing to include some of YouTube's most controversial stars, like PewDiePie and the Paul brothers.
PewDiePie and Elizabeth Holmes were both name-dropped as ‘random bad people’ in a recent episode of NBC’s ‘The Good Place̵...
Both Theranos' Elizabeth Holmes and YouTube PewDiePie have been at the epicenter of popular culture this year, making them relevant TV references.
Marzia Kjellberg said 90% of her valuables were stolen by thieves who broke into her and PewDiePie’s house
"I can't hide the shock and sadness with all being taken away, just like that," Marzia Kjellberg wrote in her Instagram Story.
A video posted by an Instagram user called @chicago_roy shows what appears to be a Cybertruck on a public road near Tesla's design headquarters.
The Swedish YouTuber is a big fan of Tesla's newly unveiled pickup truck, largely because of its resemblance to an iconic video game vehicle.
From comedians to gamers to vloggers of all kinds, these YouTubers have generally built their followings outside of the control of media giants.
PewDiePie has as much name recognition among Gen Z as Lebron James, and more recognition than Elon Musk or Steph Curry
A new Morning Consult study polled Gen Z and millennials about their favorite influencers and the social media used to follow them.
YouTuber PewDiePie says he’s been ‘banned’ in China after comparing the country’s president to Winnie the Pooh
PewDiePie drew similarities between Chinese president Xi Jinping to Winnie the Pooh, a comparison made by many pro-democracy Hong Kong protesters.