December saw a marked rise in online video viewing with 5 billion more views than the previous month. It translated into over 52 billion reported views and over 35 billion video ads, 204 ads per viewer and a total reach of 55.6% of the US population, or roughly 188.25M people.
189 million Americans watched 47.1 Billion hours of online video content in November 2013. and for the third month in a row AOL has maintained their position as #1 video ad property in the U.S. ahead of rival Google.
189 Million Americans watched 49.1 Billion hours of online video content in October 2013. and for the second month in a row AOL has maintained their position as #1 video ad property in the U.S. ahead of rival Google.
ComScore’s Online Video Rankings are out for August 2013 and there’s very little change from last month with the big players such as YouTube, Vevo, AOL and Fullscreen all holding on to their top positions.
Ever wondered how to make the best milkshake or how to correctly serve a watermelon? The HowToBasic channel go out of their way to give us the best instructional videos on YouTube. We get a peak behind the scenes and the lowdown on the use of so many eggs…..
It’s one more week until we kick off the first annual ReelSEO Video Marketing Summit in San Francisco. Those of you planning to wait until the day-of to buy tickets should really take advantage of the Advanced registration, which ends July 24.
Fullscreen is going to manage America’s Funniest Home Videos’ (AFV) channel, after inking a deal with AFV company FishBowl. The deal illustrates that you may have content that is perfectly tailored for YouTube, but you may still not know how to market it there.
Fullscreen’s latest Series A funding paves the way for the multi-channel network to start investing original programming. They already announced an original series with Devin Super Tramp awhile back, as well as Ryan Seacrest Productions.
Fullscreen has all sorts of exciting news to report: the hiring of Mekanism’s Brendan Gahan as their new VP of Brand Strategy. And one of their content creators. Devin Super Tramp, has crossed a million subscribers and is now announcing a new extreme sports series.
Members of Fullscreen’s “FAM,” or “Fullscreen Artist Mix,” can now legally monetize covers of songs they choose from Universal Music Publishing. The deal will also give the original artist compensation. So, everybody wins. Plus, there will be a program in place to monetize already-existing covers. Pretty sweet.