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By Rod Ardehali For Mailonline. Chris Ingham, whose channel The Ingham Family has more than 1 million subscribers, sent a message asking one viewer to drop her towel and send a picture. A popular YouTube vlogger famous for sharing his wholesome family life with millions of viewers around the world allegedly sent fans as young as 16 'sexual' messages. The Ingham Family channel, which boasts more than million views, regularly includes lengthy videos showcasing the everyday trials and tribulations of modern family life. Ingham has been accused of sending fans with 'seedy' messages - even allegedly asking one year-old to 'sneak out' of her mother's hotel room to meet him in the middle of the night.
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ChuChu TV, the company responsible for some of the most widely viewed toddler content on YouTube, has a suitably cute origin story. Vinoth Chandar, the CEO, had always played around on YouTube, making Hindu devotionals and little videos of his father, a well-known Indian music producer. To hear more feature stories, see our full list or get the Audm iPhone app. Chu Chu loved it. In a few weeks, it had , views. After posting just two videos, he had 5, subscribers to his channel. They hired a few animators and started putting out a video a month.
By Taylor Lorenz. For years, Rowan Winch was nothing if not online. Each day his alarm went off at 6 a. Afterward, he would keep searching, and posting, until it was time to board the bus for school. On the way to his high school in suburban Pennsylvania, Rowan would curl up in a seat, mining the internet for content. The point was not always quality but quantity. Between classes, at lunch, during study hall, he would keep his social media empire running with new images and videos.