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- Alex Day
- Allison Pregler
- Andre the Black Nerd: Humorous videos where he talks about movies and TV series.
- Anna Akana: Short Film Maker and actress. Also life advice comedy.
- Angelica: Deranged and/or bizarre fake ASMR.
- The Annoying Orange, whose first video al-Nye-heh-heh-heh-heh-one has more than 90 mil-Nye-heh-heh-heh-heh-lion views. It had a major television deal with Cartoon Network and premiered its TV show The High Fructose Adventures of Annoying Orange in summer 2012 and ended in May 2014.
- The Angry Video Game Nerd started off on YouTube in 2006 before moving to ScrewAttack after his videos started becoming more popular.
- Animal Wonders, a show centered around the Missoula, Montana-based educational wildlife facility of the same name. The host, Jessi Knudsen-Castañeda, gained YouTube notoriety for her appearances with animal guests on SciShow.
- El Bananero: Uruguayan comedian of Toilet Humor and Sex Comedy. His success made him the Trope Codifier and an inspiration for Latin America Youtubers.
- Bill And Doug: A.k.a RVDTito4Life). Hosts of TNA Addicts.
- Bishop Barron: Movie reviewer, Bob Dylan fanatic, preacher.
- Bo Burnham.
- The Brain Scoop: Animal science, ecology and taxidermy, hosted out of the University of Montana's Philip L. Wright Zoological museum and later the Chicago Field Museum, by Emily Graslie.
- The Cartoon Chronicles of Conroy Cat: It began as a Webcomic before being a Web Animation series on YouTube.
- Charlie Is So Cool Like: Dyed his whole body purple and singing.
- Charlie the Unicorn: Originates from Newgrounds). 40+ million views.
- Chris Ray Gun: Political commentary, parodies, and original music.
- Christina Grimmie: Began her career by posting piano/vocal covers on YouTube, under the username "zeldaxlove64". Expanded her content to include a series of deliberately over-Autotuned music humor videos with friends of hers on her account under the title, "Above All That Is Random" . Also hosted a series of video game reviews for Disney on their short-lived "disneysgames" channel titled "Power Up With Christina Grimmie" in 2012. Sadly was murdered by a crazed fan at a post-concert meet-and-greet event in 2016.
- Community Channel: Australian woman Natalie Tran, got her own TV spot as a result of her internet popularity.
- ContraPoints: Political and cultural analysis, silly costumes, lots of drinking.
- Crash Course: Vlogbrothers' Edutainment. Hank covers science topics, while John covers the humanities.
- Cutie Pie Marzia: PewDiePie's wife.
- The Cynical Brit
- Daily Grace: A five days a week comedy show hosted and edited by Grace Helbig.
- Danny Gonzalez: Commentary videos and parody songs.
- Day Nine
- Diamanda Hagan: Best known for her Bonekickers reviews.
- Doctor Steel: Propaganda and music. namechecked by several media outlets and shows, including Jay Leno and MTV.
- Drew Gooden
- Dross Rotzank: Latin American with horror, conspiracies and morbid humor. He was a blogger who focused on comedy with a character.
- Drunk History
- Dude Perfect
- Eat Your Kimchi
- Edward Current, an atheist vlogger and humorist who plays a rather extreme Christian character.
- Emma Blackery
- Epic Meal Time
- Epic Rap Battles of History, a comedy series where historical and fictional characters face off against each other in Battle Rapping.
- Evan Erwin: aka "mrorangeguy", hosts The Magic Show, about Magic: The Gathering.
- Everyman HYBRID
- Jacksfilms: Skits, parodies, and audience reactions-based series.
- Jandrew Edits
- Jenna Marbles: Former pinup model with a master's degree does comedy and rants, frequently at the same time.
- Jim Browning: Serious-ish scambaiter of Indian call centre fraudsters.
- The Joker Blogs: Post-Dark Knight series that chronicle the Joker's time in Arkham Asylum.
- Justin Bieber: Began his career when he and his mother posted homemade videos of himself on YouTube,here.
- Kicesie does non-graphic sex education videos.
- Laci Green, host of the show Sex+ and a popular sex educator. Similar to one-woman sketch comedy.
- Lasagna Cat
- Lindsay Ellis started her YouTube career as the Nostalgia Chick, the Distaff Counterpart of The Nostalgia Critic, but she distanced herself from that show (seeing it as an Old Shame) and runs her own channel now with more serious film analyses.
- The Lizzie Bennet Diaries: Completed Pride and Prejudice Setting Update to Modern, in vlog form.
- lonelygirl15, which gained massive media recognition for being one of the first scripted web series to reach a mass audience (the first ever web series with an ongoing plot and real, professional actors was The Spot, which debuted in 1995). It codified most of the tropes seen in later vlog-driven series. It initially being mistaken for an actual, non-fiction vlog also earned it publicity early on.
- Low Tier God: An infamous videogame player mostly associated with fighting games, celebrates himself for rage quitting on the justification that every player online is bad except himself, believing that humans are a failed creation made by god-like aliens, and banning anyone who disagrees with his actions or views while giving detailed descriptions about sexual encounters with their mother—amongst many other things.
- Lutheran Satire: "Teaching the faith by making fun of stuff."
- The Philip De Franco Show: News show on current events, politics, pop culture, and celebrity gossip.
- Pikasprey: Two channels - a gaming channel, and a review/commentary channel.
- Polaris and most of its affiliates call YouTube home, including several notable gaming media producers.
- Potter Puppet Pals: Definer of "animutation".
- Press Heart To Continue
- The Proper People: Urban exploration duo.
- Sam & Mickey, two women who create adult-targeted Barbie Stop Motion comedies.
- Sam O'Nella Academy
- SciShow: Edutainment by Vlogbrothers. Hank and other people talk about science topics.
- Sexplanations, a sex-positive education channel hosted by Dr. Lindsey Doe.
- SF Debris: Science fiction reviews that focus on Star Trek.
- Shane Dawson: Sketch comedy, acting as all his characters.
- The Slender Man Mythos. 96% of the video-based stories are YouTube.
- The Slow Mo Guys: Gavin Free and his buddy Dan Gruchy shoot things in slow motion. Their most famous video is popping a gigantic water balloon and it got over 170 million views. The channel is so notable that they've done sponsored collaborations and YouTube funded a bigger-budget series of their videos. Ironically, Gavin started the channel specifically so he could work for Rooster Teeth, and its popularity has surpassed all of Rooster Teeth's other channels combined.
- The Spoony Experiment: Started on YouTube before being affiliated with Channel Awesome.
- Steven Crowder has released most of his videos to YouTube.
- The Stupendium
- Summoning Salt: Documentary-style videos about the history of Speedrunning.
- Super Carlin Brothers: Ben and Jay (Jonathan) Carlin, Sibling Team. Discusses Harry Potter, Disney, Pixar and / or Star Wars.
- Tales of Mere Existence
- Tay Zonday.
- Team Starkid: A theatre troupe from the University of Michigan, specializing in musical comedies, most often parodies, which they upload on YouTube.
- Tess Masazza
- Testeur Alpha
- Translator Fails: Malinda Kathleen Reese performs Translation Train Wreck versions of various songs.
- Trey The Explainer: Videos discussing myths and truths about science, particularly biology and paleontology.
- Tribe Twelve
- True Facts: A series of videos by comedian Ze Frank. He talks about various animals in a humorous manner while doing a Morgan Freeman impression.
- Tucker Budzyn
- twelthofadime, a comedy sketch channel spinoff of Makemebad35 hosted by Kyle McIlrath Adams.
- TwoSet Violin: A pair of Asian-Australian classical violinists who offer humorous sketches and commentary on the work of a classical musician, critiques of musical performances in popular media and musical challenges.
- Ultimate Muscle Roller Legend. The less said about this video, the better.
- Vlogbrothers: Hank Green and John Green started a vlogging project:
- Mental Floss (yes, based on that Mental Floss - John wrote for them for his first job), in which the brothers talk about trivia.
- Hank's Channel: Hank's own personal channel where he posts anything that doesn't fit anywhere else.
- The Miracle of Swindon Town, in which John plays the Fifa series while talking about stuff and making up backstories for his players.
- World According To Jon: Opinions on nearly everything.
- Yotobi: Former Italian internet reviewer, currently makes a video format loosely based on freestanding comedy.
- YouTube Rewind, YouTube's annual video series that summarizes each year in internet culture.
- Yu-Gi-Oh! The Abridged Series: Was likely the first fandubbed series to have episodes pulled off the site for copyright infringement.