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Online Video Impacts Top 50 Web Properties During June 2010

comScore has released the monthly report on who does what, where on the web, commonly referred to as the comScore Media Metrix. The report, as usual, looks at top web properties, ad networks and the changes in the traffic on those properties.

Americans Watched 4.3 Billion Video Ads In June, Mostly On Hulu

comScore recently announced their new Video Metrix 2.0 which adds several enhancements and June 2010 is the first month where we get to see how they affect the numbers.

90% of TV Shows Were Freely Available Online Last Season

According to recent research by Clicker, that's the fact of the matter. 90% of 2009-2010 broadcast TV was on Internet. It makes me wonder what the other 10% was and if they include places like PBS and C-SPAN.

YouTube Tops 14.5 Billion and Sets Record Says ComScore

It's certainly long in the coming. YouTube, well technically the Google sites, topped 14.6 billion video streams in May according to comScore. Yes, those computators of computationals are back with their latest stats set, this time it's for May 2010. What have they to say?

13 Billion Videos On YouTube for 135.7 Million Viewers In April

My post last month about comScore's metrics got eaten by the ReelSEO gremlins and disappeared into the ether but I'm here again, this time hopefully my insightful commentary won't bend time/space and make the entire article disappear again (which must be what happened last time).

YouTube Almost Hit 100 Videos Per Viewer Last Month

comScore has released their March 2010 Video Metrix numbers and one of the most fascinating things is that YouTube viewers are watching, on average, 96 videos in the month. That would be 3.2 videos per day, every day. Also, over 180 million U.S. web surfers …

YouTube’s CEO Chad Hurley Wants You Watching 5 Hours of Video Per Day

Chad Hurley, one of YouTube's founders and its current CEO (who is, sadly, younger than me), has some pretty big plans for his video portal.  Specifically, he's hoping for a future where people spent anywhere from 15 minutes up to 5 hours per day on …

HTML5′s Dark Horse Video Codec, ON2 VP8 From Google

While Google didn't make the VP8 video codec, they did purchase it recently and now, they're announcing [allegedly] that it will be Open Source. What's this mean for HTML 5? It might finally have found a winner of the codec race and a savior, in …

Presenting The 2010 Streaming Media All Stars! ReelSEO’s Mark Robertson, Nalts, Steve Garfield, Jan Ozer, Andy Plesser Among This Year’s Team

Streaming Media magazine and Streamingmedia.com has announced the third annual Streaming Media All-Star team, a list made up of some of the most innovative, influential, and important players in the online video arena. The Streaming Media All-Stars are people who do their part to advance, evangelize, and …

Hulu Dances As Viewers Watch 2.4 Hours In February

Dance Hulu dance (and bring your content overseas already, sheesh!) comScore is reporting that for the month of February Hulu viewers watched a hearty 2.4 hours each. But what's that mean for the rest of the industry?

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