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Statistics is the study of the collection, organization, analysis, interpretation, and presentation of data. It deals with all aspects of this, including the planning of data collection in terms of the design of surveys and experiments.
A statistician is someone who is particularly well versed in the ways of thinking necessary for the successful application of statistical analysis. Such people have often gained this experience through working in any of a wide number of fields. There is ...

C-Level Execs Turn To Web Video for Business Information

Forbes Insights, in association with Google, announced the release of a new study today called, "The Rise of the Digital C-Suite: How Executives Locate and Filter Business Information."  The study is of 354 C-level and top executives at major US companies with annual sales in excess of …

Online Video Is Key To Automotive Industry Recovery?

If you're to believe recent statistics into an automotive recovery then you might believe that social media and networking are going to help. Or you might believe that billions of taxpayers dollars are actually driving any potential recovery for the US automakers. Your choice really. …

A New Era In Video Metrics Has Arrived – Tubemogul 2.0

http://www.reelseo.com/tubemogul-new-metricstubemogul-new-metrics/9206/ Larry Kless, founder of Online Video Publishing [dot] com, interviewed Mark Rotblat of Tubemogul back in March where he was given a bit of an advance scoop on TubeMogul 2.0

Online Video Is Larger Than Blogging or Social Networking?

With the recent release of statistics that show only about 1% of video consumption is online or mobile, can online video really be larger than blogging or the social networks? According to new information from Trendstream (remember, the guy who said "broadcast mode is dead”) …

Hulu Traffic Growth Slows, Dramatically

Ok so, Hulu, who recently had a row with Nielsen over traffic numbers, is suddenly not the high flyer that it once was. I'm sure it's nothing serious and might even just be a bump in the road partly due to a lot of series …

How Top Websites Use Online Video – Research

Over the past several months we've published some great research from the VIEW index, which attempts to measure and index how much websites integrate online video into their website content. Recently, VideoBloom, the company behind the VIEW index, took a deeper look at all 650 …

Mobile Video and Mobile TV To Soar Over The Next 5 Years

According to research recently released in a new report from Pyramid Research, titled "Mobile Video Services: A Five-Year Global Market Forecast," mobile video usage will rise at a compound annual growth rate of 28% over the next 5 years.   By 2014, more than 500 million …

Hulu Vs. Nielsen The War of Numbers

According to the New York Times, Hulu is angry, angry with Nielsen. ComScore, who probably doesn't even like Nielsen considering their past, sides with Hulu. Hanging in the balance are the true traffic numbers of Hulu and the reputations of all involved. The problem gets …

How Websites Around The Globe Leverage Online Video

How Websites Around The Globe Leverage Online Video

Back in March, we published some research which we believe helps to provide some unique insight into how various companies and vertical markets leverage website video content. Today, we offer up the following research, which takes a look at website video usage for the top …

Hulu Is Growing Faster Than YouTube – Online Video Usage Trends for March

According to new research released from Neilsen Online, almost 10 billion (9.6B) video streams were viewed in March of this year by an estimated 130M US web users.  This represents almost a 40% (38.8) increase year over year from March 2008 and is an increase …

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