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According to a recent survey, a whopping 86% of young Americans want to be a social media content creator. They see other young people earning fame and fortune by doing what they love and sharing it online.
Sweden has given the world music stars like ABBA and Robyn, but its biggest cultural export these days is video games, which now rival the country’s traditional shipments of iron ore and paper.
YouTube has removed a video posted by popular creator PewDiePie that criticised Cocomelon, the most-watched children’s channel on the site, stepping in to protect one of its biggest names from harassment by the fans of another top channel.
PewDiePie, the massively popular YouTube creator, will bring his videos back to Facebook after a more than four-year hiatus.
PewDiePie reacted to the news with his typical overabundance of wit, class and poise by wisecracking ‘Yes, we finally did it guys!’ in a video to viewers.
YouTuber Alyssa Dezek, 12, recently made headlines after announcing that she has bought her first car, a vehicle with an estimated value of RM360,000, to her followers on Instagram.
YouTube on May 4 announced that streaming star PewDiePie will make the Google-owned video platform his exclusive online stage.
A month was enough: The YouTube star known as PewDiePie is back online after having announced a social media sabbatical.
Swedish YouTuber PewDiePie said he is sorry for comments that he made about Malaysian and Singaporean fans.
It seems that fans in Malaysia and Singapore have certainly left a lasting impression on PewDiePie as the popular YouTuber has described them as "hectic" and "scream-ish" in a new video.