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VEVO Jumps Yahoo! Takes Second Place Behind Google in Video Viewers

VEVO Jumps Yahoo! Takes Second Place Behind Google in Video Viewers

comScore put out their January Video Metrix late on the 15th, after I had already compared the Nielsen January numbers to their December ones. Go figure. Anyway, looking at the report there's not a major difference so instead of going and editing that or re-comparing …

Apples to Oranges: Nielsen Online Video Numbers vs. comScore’s Video Metrix

Apples to Oranges: Nielsen Online Video Numbers vs. comScores Video Metrix

Nielsen is on the boat, or just dragging behind it like an anchor it seems, when it comes to tracking online video usage and growth. comScore has been providing us with monthly glimpses into the online video viewing scene for some time now. Nielsen is …

AOL Enlists Big Guns Pollack, Smith and Corolla to Bolster Slow-Moving Video Initiative

AOL Enlists Big Guns Pollack, Smith and Corolla to Bolster Slow Moving Video Initiative

AOL Video has started moving forward with its new initiative of expanding its original content as well as giving its viewers consistent content on a daily basis. To that end they have enlisted three big names in Hollywood: Kevin Pollack, Kevin Smith and Adam Corolla. …

14.6 Hours of Online Video per Viewer, 5.9B Online Video Ads in December 2010

14.6 Hours of Online Video per Viewer, 5.9B Online Video Ads in December 2010

comScore put out their Video Metrix for the final month of 2010 last week, I just didn't get around to it until now. They say, that again, 172 million U.S. users watched video online and they averaged 14.6 hours per viewer. We almost topped 6B …

2010 Internet Television In A Nutshell and 2011 Predictions

2010 Internet Television In A Nutshell and 2011 Predictions

Some might say that 2010 was the year of Internet TV's emergence. Sure, there were a lot of things that went right for it during the year and a couple things that didn't. So let's take a look at the highlights including the new Apple …

Media Metrix November 2010 – Retail Prevails, Google Ad Network Reaches 93 Percent of US Surfers

Media Metrix November 2010   Retail Prevails, Google Ad Network Reaches 93 Percent of US Surfers

So is it any surprise that retail and eCommerce sites showed massive uptakes last month? Nah, I didn't think so. How about Yahoo! unseating Google as top prop(erty) on the web? Here's a scary fact, the Google Ad network has more unique visitors than the  …

4.5 Hours of Video Viewed Per User at Google, 5.4 Billion Video Ads in November

4.5 Hours of Video Viewed Per User at Google, 5.4 Billion Video Ads in November

ComScore dropped their monthly Video Metrix on us the other day and I've just been so busy that I couldn't get to it until now. All that research I was doing myself was taking up some time. But here we are, just a couple weeks …

Why Facebook TV Would Beat Google TV & Apple TV Platforms

Why Facebook TV Would Beat Google TV & Apple TV Platforms

Let me start off by saying that Facebook TV doesn't even exist. As we follow the evolution of internet TV with bated breath, much of the conversation has revolved around platforms coming from Google and Apple. And it sounds like Microsoft is primed to make …

ComScore October 2010 Search Engine Rankings – Google Maintains Lead, Duh

ComScore October 2010 Search Engine Rankings   Google Maintains Lead, Duh

Since we talk about SEO, I figured we should talk about the search engines so you know where to focus (Google) and where you can sort of skip (AOL). Now, I find it odd that this report from comScore is five times longer than the …

October 2010 US Online Video Rankings, Hulu Tops 1 Billion Video Ads

October 2010 US Online Video Rankings, Hulu Tops 1 Billion Video Ads

comScore has once again let loose with the who's who in online video otherwise known as its monthly Video Metrix. The gist is that 175 million U.S. Internet users watched online video content in October for an average of 15.1 hours per viewer. The total …

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