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Is YouTube Really Bigger Than Facebook? The Numbers Say Yes

Is YouTube Really Bigger Than Facebook? The Numbers Say Yes

Some marketers, brands, retailers and storytellers still find it hard to believe that YouTube has just passed Facebook and is now the largest social media site. We take another look at the figures, and suggest what can be done with the data.

49% of 30-to-49-year-olds Watch Online News Video

49% of 30 to 49 year olds Watch Online News Video

According to a recent report, 36% of all U.S. adults, catch up on their news via online video, with those under age 50 the heaviest consumers of digital news videos. In fact, 48% of 18-to-29-year-olds, and 49% of 30-to-49-year-olds now watch online news video. But should traditional broadcasters be worried?

Online News Video Reaching Saturation Point? [Report]

Online News Video Reaching Saturation Point? [Report]

Pew put out the State of the News Media 2014 and it took a long look at online news video including who watches, how it’s growing and what the future might hold. Are you watching a lot of online news? If you’re a Millennial you may very well be. If you’re trying to market to Millennials, you might just find a cheap place to put some ads within the confines of this article… read on!

Online Video Uploads Double In Past Four Years, 35% Hope To Go Viral [Report]

Online Video Uploads Double In Past Four Years, 35% Hope To Go Viral [Report]

78% of Americans watch online video and 31% of them are uploading videos to sites like YouTube or Facebook. 5% confirmed that they regret doing this while a third hope to go viral with their video creation. Learn more from the Pew Online Video Report for 2013.

Digital News Revenue Outpacing All Other Media [Study]

Digital News Revenue Outpacing All Other Media [Study]

Pew Research compiled a bunch of data that shows the money is going towards digital news sites and is clearly outpacing all the other media in its rate of growth. This is an inevitable progression as people look to find news as quickly as possible.

If the U.S. Presidential Election Were Held Today, Who Would Win the YouTube Vote?

If the U.S. Presidential Election Were Held Today, Who Would Win the YouTube Vote?

Political junkies – and even some undecided voters – will tune in to watch Wednesday night’s first general election debate between President Barack Obama and former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney. As Chris Cillizza wrote yesterday in The Washington Post, “Think of it like the Super …

Memo to Candidates: Ooyala Finds Video Viewing Varies in Red States & Blue States

Memo to Candidates: Ooyala Finds Video Viewing Varies in Red States & Blue States

Ooyala issued its Q2 Global Video Index Report this morning along with some product updates. Each quarter, the company dips into its deep stores of anonymized viewing data to offer a glimpse at how people are watching online video around the world. The big news …

Data-Driven Video Ads, Face Blur Privacy, and Better YouTube Searching [Reel Web #49]

Data Driven Video Ads, Face Blur Privacy, and Better YouTube Searching [Reel Web #49]

This week on the Reel Web we discuss another new feature launched by YouTube, review some great ways to limit the amount of filtering you have to do when doing YouTube searches and talk about changes in how news is being spread and commercials are …

Teens Embrace All Facets of Online Video from Creation to Consumption

Teens Embrace All Facets of Online Video from Creation to Consumption

Teens are a key demographic for a lot of brands and companies, so understanding what they are doing is vital to getting into their heads. Turns out, according to new research from Pew Internet, what they're doing, is video based.

Young Adults Most ‘Contagious Carriers’ in the Viral Video Spread of ‘KONY 2012’

Young Adults Most ‘Contagious Carriers’ in the Viral Video Spread of ‘KONY 2012’

On July 25, 2007, Mary Madden, Senior Research Specialist for the Pew Internet & American Life Project, said, "Young adults are the most ‘contagious carriers’ in the viral spread of online video.”  On Mar. 15, 2012, a new report on the viral “KONY 2012” video …

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