Tom Scott

Why YouTube Streams Don’t Count For Christmas № 1

The Christmas Number One is a British tradition: but it’s one that’s having to go through some changes — because not many people buy music any more. Here’s how the charts are calculated these days, and why listening to “All I Want For Christmas” on repeat isn’t going to change who wins.

Thanks to Martin Talbot and all the team from the Official Charts Company, who agreed to an interview on less than two hours’ notice for this video! You can visit them here: or on Twitter at @officialcharts

Apologies to anyone who’s scared of Mr Blobby.

I’m at
on Twitter at
on Facebook at
and on Snapchat and Instagram as tomscottgo

Products You May Like

Articles You May Like

Why Age? Should We End Aging Forever?
5 skin health myths to stop believing now | Body Stuff with Dr. Jen Gunter
Pro-skater does the IMPOSSIBLE – ft Rodney Mullen
Republicans have one major problem on Obamacare
“Religion and science have the same roots.” – Sabine Hossenfelder #shorts

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *