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Online Video Now 50% of Web Traffic; Netflix And YouTube The Winners

Online Video Now 50% of Web Traffic; Netflix And YouTube The Winners

Netflix and YouTube account for 50% of peak period web traffic with Amazon, Hulu and Facebook all trailing well behind. In contrast, Peer-to-Peer file sharing has fallen to less than 10% of total traffic in North America for the first time ever.

The Day In Online Video News and Views: November 4th 2013

The Day In Online Video News and Views: November 4th 2013

YouTube's live streamed Music Awards Show was either a great success or a damp squib, depending on whether you bought into Spike Jonze's vision. It certainly generated a lot of headlines for the site today. This, and other news from the day in online video.

The Day In Online Video News and Views: October 25th 2013

The Day In Online Video News and Views: October 25th 2013

Our daily news round up includes the announcement by Comcast that they are bundling in HBO and HBO GO with their new broadband and internet package for customers. Amazon also confirmed they are going to produce more original content with an L.A. based drama. Catch up with the headlines of the day.

19 Things You May Have Missed In Online Video This Week

19 Things You May Have Missed In Online Video This Week

A busy week as usual in online video as Vimeo, Hulu and Vine appoint bug hitters to further develop their video features, Netflix looks towards cable set top integration, Machinima is on its way to the Xbox One and internet connected video devices take over the world.

13 Things You May Have Missed In Online Video This Week

13 Things You May Have Missed In Online Video This Week

It's been a week where we've seen YouTube announce that offline viewing is coming to mobile apps but Vevo aren't happy with YouTube's plans and already look to have opted out. Meanwhile, Vimeo actually rolled those features out on their own app upgrade, beating YouTube by a couple of months. These stories and others in this week's round up of news.

18 Things You May Have Missed In Online Video This Week

18 Things You May Have Missed In Online Video This Week

Welcome to our weekly round up of online video news where we find out just how well the top YouTube Multi-Channel Networks are faring. BroadbandTV and VEVO announce record viewing figures and Maker acquire further funding for expansion. Oh, and there's a hamster driving a truck too.

The Online TV Network That Cried Wolf: Hulu Doesn't Sell Again

The Online TV Network That Cried Wolf: Hulu Doesnt Sell Again

Hulu didn't sell again. Back in 2011, it looked like it was hot to sell and then it pulled out at the last minute. And this year, it looked like it was hot to sell again. But Hulu has proven to be one big tease again in 2013.

Netflix And YouTube Lock Down 49% Of US Residential Internet Traffic [Study]

Netflix And YouTube Lock Down 49% Of US Residential Internet Traffic [Study]

In terms of volume of traffic to US homes, video is the star of the internet with over half of mobile and fixed data usage attributable to video content alone. Netflix and YouTube lead the way, of course, with YouTube now responsible for over 20% of mobile downstream traffic in North and Latin America and Europe.

The Week In Video: Mother's Day, David Bowie And Live Pizza Action

The Week In Video: Mothers Day, David Bowie And Live Pizza Action

YouTube's introduction of subscription channels dominated the online video news this week, creating many headlines but we also bring you the rest of news including Ryan Gosling's aversion to cereal how Amazon makes money from rival Netflix.

Even Hulu and Comedy Central Have a YouTube Channel: Here's Why

Even Hulu and Comedy Central Have a YouTube Channel: Heres Why

I’ve been teaching YouTube training courses and workshops since April 2007. In the early days, I was frequently asked by internet marketers and video content producers, “How do I convince my CMO that we need to create a YouTube channel?” Many of these people were ...

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