The screens and platforms where people tune in to watch video are evolving constantly. Internet users are combining their love for TV and online video. During prime time hours of an average day in the U.S., more 18-49 year-olds visit YouTube than ANY TV network, even on mobile alone. With 75% more channels and more than a million subscribers than last year, YouTube is gaining on traditional television.

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Sources: YouTube Data, U.S., 2013 vs. 2016; YouTube Data, Global, Dec. 31 2015 and 2016.