In a house nestled somewhere in snowy suburbia, adults dressed as cartoon characters and superheroes — Spiderman , Elsa , and the Joker — are enacting a mind-bogglingly surreal video skit. In one scene, a smitten Spiderman gifts Elsa with a beautiful pearl necklace. Then, in what plays out as a silent movie of sorts — complete with royalty-free music and shoddy special effects — Catwoman attempts to kill Elsa with a poisonous gumball, ultimately setting into motion an earnest bubble-blowing battle to the death below. To date, the roughly one-year-old venture — which is part of a family of channels that also includes Toy Monster , Superfriends , and I Love Superheroes — has already amassed more than five million subscribers and 4 billion lifetime views.
Facebook, YouTube the Most Widely Used Platforms for US Adults
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YouTube seems to be an ever-growing platform, but its endless videos are not for everyone. You can imagine what most adults think of the popularity of YouTube and the celebrities that make millions on the platform. After all, every generation imagines that their generation was best, and each cultural shift is one for the worse. But adults don't have to understand YouTube stars to respect them.
Many Turn to YouTube for Children’s Content, News, How-To Lessons
Looking at data from an annual telephone poll conducted by Pew Research Center and quantified in tables here by our partners at Statista , it's easy to see that YouTube and Facebook far outpace the rest of the competition when it comes to daily use on both PCs and phones. Pew research shows Facebook is visited by at least 74 percent of people once daily; 51 percent of YouTubers go at least once per day. While there's no data to show YouTube's growth nor that of WhatsApp or SnapChat prior to , usage isn't really growing by leaps and bounds, especially since Facebook had 54 percent of people using it in , took 4 years to gain 15 percent more, and has been relatively flat ever since.
A Channel 4 News investigation reveals how adults have used YouTube to message young children and groom them into making inappropriate videos on-demand. Adults have used YouTube to message young children and groom them into making inappropriate videos on-demand, a Channel 4 News investigation can reveal. In some instances children comply with these demands.