10 Billion Videos and Nothing To Watch
Posted on 02.09.2008
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Comscore released December 2007 data from their Video Metrix service which revealed that U.S. Internet users watched more than 10 billion videos online during the month, representing the single heaviest month for online video consumption since comScore initiated its tracking service.
Top-ranked video property Google Sites saw substantial growth and extended its video market share gains, now accounting for nearly one out of every three videos viewed online.
Other findings from December 2007 include:
- 77.6 million viewers watched 3.2 billion videos on YouTube.com (41.6 videos per viewer).
- 40.5 million viewers watched 334 million videos on MySpace.com (8.2 videos per viewer).
- Online viewers watched an average of 3.4 hours (203 minutes) of online
video during the month, representing a 34-percent gain since the
beginning of 2007.
- The average online video duration was 2.8 minutes.
- The average online video viewer consumed 72 videos.
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