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The top 50 most viewed channels have all surpassed 15 billion views. T-Series has also had the most monthly views since ,   and currently receives over 2. Music is the most-viewed program genre on YouTube, across the globe. T-Series , YouTubers e. PewDiePie , music stars e. Justin Bieber , and nursery videos e.
On the video platform YouTube , a subscriber to a channel is a user who, by selecting that channel's subscribe button, has chosen to receive content released by the channel. Each user's subscription feed consists of videos recently published by channels to which the account is subscribed. The most-subscribed channel as of September is T-Series , an Indian music video publisher operated by the entertainment company of the same name. With a subscriber count of million, the channel has held this distinction since April The following table lists the fifty most-subscribed channels on YouTube, [A] with each total rounded down to the nearest million subscribers,  as well as the primary language and content category of each channel. The channels are ordered by number of subscribers; those whose displayed subscriber counts are identical are listed alphabetically. Automatically-generated channels that lack their own videos such as Music and News and channels that have been made effectively obsolete as a result of the transferral of their content such as JustinBieberVEVO and RihannaVEVO [note 1] are excluded. The following table lists the nineteen distinct runs as the most-subscribed YouTube channel recorded since May
In thinking about how girlhood as a potentially vulnerable subject position circulates as a commodity, Girls, Autobiography, Media argues that by using digital technologies to write themselves into culture, girls and young women are staking a claim on public space and asserting the right to create and distribute their own representations of girlhood. Their texts—in the form of blogs, vlogs, photo-sharing platforms, online diaries and fangirl identities—show how they navigate the sometimes hostile conditions of online spaces in order to become narrators of their own lives and stories. By examining case studies across different digital forms of self-presentation by girls and young women, this book considers how mediation and autobiographical practices are deeply interlinked, and it highlights the significant contribution girls and young women have made to contemporary digital forms of life narrative. Emma Maguire researches life narrative, gender, and media at Flinders University, Australia where she also teaches English and Creative Writing. Emma Maguire.