Top 50 Most Viewed YouTube Channels Worldwide • Week Of 7/8/2016
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- Julho 9º, 2016
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It’s another installment of the weekly Tubefilter Chart of the Top 50 Most Viewed YouTube Channels Worldwide and Ryan is still sitting on top.
Ryan ToysReview maintained its first-place position on the worldwide chart for the seventh week in a row. The online video library of the four-year-old’s infectiously fun playtime footage saw a modest 2% uptick in views to top out at more than 134.5 million views on the week. After a week-long sting in the #4 spot, Webs & Tiaras – Toy Monster Compilations is back in its usual second-place position. The collection of videos showcasing comic book superheroes and cartoon princesses in live-action situations jumped up 7% in views to score over 117.1 million views in the week.
In third place is netd müzik. A 7% week-over-week dip in views caused the YouTube home of the Turkish music conglomerate to bottom out at more than 113.8 million views during the week. Justin Bieber is in the #4 spot. The 22-year-old international pop star’s online music video catalog is still getting plays to the tune of almost 111.6 million per week.
And rounding out the Top 5 yet again is FamilyFunPack. The home video library of this American family of seven ended the week with almost 110.3 million views.
The honor of one of our Top Gainers this week goes to PewDiePie.
The most-viewed and most-subscribed YouTube channel of all-time always has an incredible week online, but this week was bigger than the one before thanks to Felix Kjellberg’s more topical kind of programming. The prolific YouTube star often discusses YouTube community issues (from YouTube’s drama problem to Google’s tardiness with its rewards) and tackled the online video sharing sites’s recent subscriber purge in one of his latest uploads. The video amassed an eight-figure view count and helped Kjellberg’s channel to a 50% week-over-week increase in views, nearly 96.4 million views on the week, and the #8 spot on the worldwide chart.
All in all, the top 50 most viewed YouTube channels accounted for 3,334,461,755 views last week. Here’s the distribution of a few of those channels by multi-channel network:
- Vevo: 15 channels in the Top 50, with Justin Bieber at #4.
- Maker Studios: 5 channels in the Top 50, with PewDiePie at #8.
- Studio71: 4 channels in the Top 50, with Webs & Tiaras – Toy Monster Compilations at #2.
- BuzzFeed, WMG, XMediaDigital: 2 channels each in the Top 50, with BuzzFeed’s BuzzFeed Video at #27, WMG’s Fueled By Ramen at #26, and XMediaDigital’s mashamedvedtv at #18.
And here’s the distribution of the this week’s Top 50 YouTube channels by country of origin:
- United States: 23 channels in the Top 50.
- Canada: 5 channels in the Top 50.
- Great Britain: 4 channels in the Top 50.
- India: 3 channels in the Top 50.
- Argentina, Russia, Thailand: 2 channels each in the Top 50.
- Brazil, El Salvador, Ireland, Netherlands, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Turkey: 1 channel each in the Top 50.
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