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The 100 Best YouTube Channels

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There are thousands of channels on YouTube, but which ones are the best? In this article, we’ll take a look at the 100 best channels that you should be following.

Top Educational YouTube Channels

  1. The King of Random (10.4 Million Subscribers)
  2. National Geographic (9.7 Million Subscribers)
  3. Crash Course (8.5 Million Subscribers)
  4. Ted-Ed (7.8 Million Subscribers)
  5. Matthew Santoro (6.2 Million Subscribers)
  6. Alltime10s (5.5 Million Subscribers)
  7. SciShow (5.3 Million Subscribers)
  8. Veritasium (5.0 Million Subscribers)
  9. #Mind Warehouse (4.9 Million Subscribers)
  10. Khan Academy (4.4 Million Subscribers)
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Best YouTube Cooking Channels

  1. Tasty (10.8 Million Subscribers)
  2. Epic Meal Time (7.1 Million Subscribers)
  3. Jamie Oliver (4.0 Million Subscribers)
  4. How To Cook That (3.5 Million Subscribers)
  5. Binging with Babish (3.4 Million Subscribers)
  6. Laura in the Kitchen (3.3 Million Subscribers)
  7. MaangChi (3.0 Million Subscribers)
  8. JunsKitchen (2.9 Million Subscribers)
  9. Bon Appetit (2.6 Million Subscribers)
  10. SORTEDfood (2.1 Million Subscribers)

Best Fitness and Workout YouTube Channels

  1. FitnessBlender (5.3 Million Subscribers)
  2. blogilates (4.4 Million Subscribers)
  3. XHIT Daily (3.2 Million Subscribers)
  4. POPSUGAR Fitness (2.5 Million Subscribers)
  5. ScottHermanFitness (2.0 Million Subscribers)
  6. The Fitness Marshall (1.5 Million Subscribers)
  7. Guru Mann Fitness (1.4 Million Subscribers)
  8. Whitney Simmons (1.3 Million Subscribers)
  9. Jordan Yeoh Fitness (1.2 Million Subscribers)
  10. Sascha Fitness (1.1 Million Subscribers)
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Best Yoga YouTube Channels

  1. Yoga With Adrienne (4.1 Million Subscribers)
  2. PsycheTruth (2.5 Million Subscribers)
  3. Boho Beautiful (919,000 Subscribers)
  4. KinoYoga (549,000 Subscribers)
  5. Fightmaster Yoga (418,00 Subscribers)
  6. SarahBethYoga (378,000 Subscribers)
  7. TaraStiles (317,000 Subscribers)
  8. Ekhart Yoga (303,000 Subscribers)
  9. DOYOUYOGA.com (230,000 Subscribers)
  10. Yoga By Candace (227,000 Subscribers)

Best History YouTube Channels

  1. History Channel (2.4 Million Subscribers)
  2. Alternate History Hub (1.6 Million Subscribers)
  3. Simple History (1.4 Million Subscribers)
  4. Oversimplified (1.1 Million Subscribers)
  5. History Buffs (703,000 Subscribers)
  6. Timeline – World History Documentaries (578,000 Subscribers)
  7. Overly Sarcastic Productions (569,000 Subscribers)
  8. Historia Civillis (410,000 Subscribers)
  9. BazBattles (358,000 Subscribers)
  10. Feature History (349,000 Subscribers)

Best Science YouTube Channels

  1. AsapSCIENCE (8.3 Million Subscribers)
  2. Kurzgesagt (7.3 Million Subscribers)
  3. SmarterEveryDay (6.0 Million Subscribers)
  4. minutephysics (4.5 Million Subscribers)
  5. TheBackYardScientist (3.6 Million Subscribers)
  6. charlieissocoollike (2.3 Million Subscribers)
  7. Beyond Science (2.1 Million Subscribers)
  8. Science Channel (1.7 Million Subscribers)
  9. IncredibleScience (817,000 Subscribers)
  10. Science Insider (503,000 Subscribers)

Best YouTube News Channels

  1. Vice (10 Million Subscribers)
  2. IndiaTV (7.6 Million Subscribers)
  3. Barcroft TV (5.6 Million Subscribers)
  4. CNN (5.1 Million Subscribers)
  5. Vox (5.0 Million Subscribers)
  6. ABS-CBN News (4.9 Million Subscribers)
  7. Inside Edition (4.8 Million Subscribers)
  8. ABC News (4.7 Million Subscribers)
  9. The Young Turks (4.2 Million Subscribers)
  10. BBC News (3.4 Million Subscribers)
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Best Music YouTube Channels

  1. Ed Sheeran (35.1 Million Subscribers)
  2. Eminem (33.8 Million Subscribers)
  3. Katy Perry (31.8 Million Subscribers)
  4. Taylor Swift (31.5 Million Subscribers)
  5. One Direction (28.4 Million Subscribers)
  6. Ariana Grande (26.9 Million Subscribers)
  7. Spinnin’ Records (23.5 Million Subscribers)
  8. Trap Nation (23.3 Million Subscribers)
  9. Bruno Mars (23.0 Million Subscribers)
  10. Marshmello (21.7 Million Subscribers)

Best Comedy YouTube Channels

  1. Smosh (23.6 Million Subscribers)
  2. shane (18.9 Million Subscribers)
  3. JennaMarbles (18.8 Million Subscribers)
  4. The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon (18.7 Million Subscribers)
  5. Liza Koshy (16.3 Million Subscribers)
  6. ||Super Woman|| (14.4 Million Subscribers)
  7. FailArmy (14.3 Million Subscribers)
  8. Rclbeauty101 (13.8 Million Subscribers)
  9. CollegeHumor (13.3 Million Subscribers)
  10. Lele Pons (12.3 Million Subscribers)

Best Travel YouTube Channels

  1. INSIDER (3.3 Million Subscribers)
  2. Mark Wiens (2.8 Million Subscribers)
  3. George Benson (1.1 Million Subscribers)
  4. Collin Abroadcast (852,000 Subscribers)
  5. High On Life (592,000 Subscribers)
  6. Expedia (570,000 Subscribers)
  7. Miss Mina (547,000 Subscribers)
  8. Chonnyday (505,000 Subscribers)
  9. Stories (490,000 Subscribers)
  10. Rick Steves’ Europe (489,000 Subscribers)

How can I start a Youtube Channel?

To start a YouTube channel, you need a Google account. You also need to create a channel name and choose a channel type. The most popular type of channel is the standard type, which allows you to upload videos and share them with your subscribers.

To start a YouTube channel, you need a Google account. You also need to create a channel name and choose a channel type. The most popular type of channel is the standard type, which allows you to upload videos and share them with your subscribers.

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Once you have created your channel, you can start uploading videos. To get paid, you will need to become a partner with YouTube. This requires meeting certain viewership and subscriber thresholds. Once you are a partner, you can sell advertising space on your videos or use affiliate marketing to promote products. You can also offer paid subscriptions to your channel.

Starting a YouTube channel will cost nothing other than the time it takes to create a Google account and set up your channel. There are no costs associated with becoming a YouTube partner or monetizing your videos.

What is VLOGGING?

Here is a list of the basic video production equipment you will need when you start a YouTube channel: Camera. Microphone.

  1. Camera. The latest macbook pro cam is perfect.
  2. External Microphone. Yes this is a must…
  3. Tripod or Gimbal Stabilizer. If you are using an external camera
  4. Lighting. Always !
  5. Video Editing Software. If you are editing – but you can use Loom.com if you are lazy.

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