Video Trends & Research

Online video industry market research coverage. Internet video analysis, studies, reports, statistics, trends, and other research about the online video industry. Mobile video research, broadband usage, video consumption, video advertising trends, and other market research and statistics covering the online video market.

TV Everywhere Video Ad Views Increase by 368% in Q3 2014

TV Everywhere Video Ad Views Increase by 368% in Q3 2014

Viewers who are signed up to TV subscription, or TV Everywhere, services are becoming increasingly receptive to online video advertising. 46% of long-form and live video ad views now come from users signed up to a TV Everywhere service, an increase of 368% compared to Q3 2013.

Facebook Accounts for 60% of Global Video Shares, Twitter 14% [Report]

Facebook Accounts for 60% of Global Video Shares, Twitter 14%  [Report]

There's a new breed of super-user on the internet, and they are responsible for driving 83% of video shares across social media, particularly Facebook and Twitter. As a whole, we are also sharing videos faster than ever before, with 42% of videos being shared across social network feeds within 3 days of upload.

What's Trending on YouTube? Surprise! It's Gaming Walkthroughs

Whats Trending on YouTube? Surprise! Its Gaming Walkthroughs

Google has added the top trending YouTube videos to its Google Trends dashboard. But video marketers looking to gain an insight into what could drive traffic to a branded video may be a little disappointed. It's gaming walk-throughs, and TV clips that are capturing the viewers attention.

Branded Video Views Up 73%, 3 Billion Views in Q3 2014 [Report]

Branded Video Views Up 73%, 3 Billion Views in Q3 2014 [Report]

A new report confirms that branded video views hit an all-time high in Q3 2014, an increase of 73% from this time last year. Video campaigns for smartphones, plus enormous residual interest from the World Cup, generated 2.9 Billion views of branded video content.

Adobe, Nielsen to Measure Online Video Reach, But What About Engagement?

Adobe, Nielsen to Measure Online Video Reach, But What About Engagement?

Adobe and Nielsen have just announced they are collaborating to track and measure digital assets including online video, and online TV. But the new system can only measure online video in terms of reach, and size of audience, when engagement should be the metric that publishers and advertisers need to track.

Online Video Views Jump 43% in One Year, Internet TV by 388% [Report]

Online Video Views Jump 43% in One Year, Internet TV by 388% [Report]

The growth of online video continues, as the latest benchmark report from Adobe confirms that we watched 38.2 billion videos in Q2 2014, an increase of 43% year-on-year. Thanks to major sporting events, online TV views increased by a staggering 388%.

Why Mobile Video is The New Makeup Counter for Generation C

Why Mobile Video is The New Makeup Counter for Generation C

Did you know that searches on Google for makeup hit a high in October as millions of people search for inspiration and ideas in the run-up to Halloween? And that Generation C turn to YouTube for their makeup tutorials, and their mobile devices to get product reviews as they shop for cosmetics? We bring you the latest on how video is changing the way we search and shop.

YouTube Shopping is the New Window Shopping, Especially at Night

YouTube Shopping is the New Window Shopping, Especially at Night

According to a new study, a third of all shopping searches on Google happen between the hours of 10 p.m. and 4 a.m. Consumers are using YouTube to research products, and as we are on the brink of the holiday season, video marketers should already have their strategy in place.

Facebook Most Popular Social Network For Video Sharing [Study]

Facebook Most Popular Social Network For Video Sharing [Study]

Consumers are turning to video to capture those special moments in their lives, and they are using Facebook, and YouTube to share that content with their friends and family. Video is also being used as a medium by consumers to capture milestone events and document them for the future.

76% of B2B Marketers Use Video Content Marketing, YouTube Top Choice

76% of B2B Marketers Use Video Content Marketing, YouTube Top Choice

A new report confirms that video is among the top choices for an effective B2B content marketing campaign, with 76% of respondents confirming that video publication and distribution is one of the most effective digital marketing strategies, and a core component for lead generation ROI.

44% of U.S. Broadband Users Watch Online Video Via a Games Console

44% of U.S. Broadband Users Watch Online Video Via a Games Console

9 out of 10 U.S. homes are connected to the Internet via a Broadband Internet connection, and a staggering 44% of those households watch non-gaming online video apps like Netflix, Amazon Prime, and Hulu Plus via their gaming consoles. 40% of those homes watch over 10 hours of streaming video content per week via their PlayStations or Xbox.

ATTENTION: Defines The Perfect Audience for Video Advertising [Infographic]

ATTENTION: Defines The Perfect Audience for Video Advertising [Infographic]

In a world where billions of pieces of digital content are vying for the viewer's attention across different devices, how can publishers and advertisers reach their target audiences and make sure that those audiences are receptive to video ad campaigns?  The industry has worked hard to ...

Rainy Days & Big Screens Push Online Video Engagement

Rainy Days & Big Screens Push Online Video Engagement

According to a new report, the weather plays a big part in our online video viewing habits. Online video engagement surges on rainy days, when viewers are 40% more likely to stay indoors and watch content on larger screens. However, when it's sunny, we are 6x more likely to watch "snack-sized" videos on our mobile devices.

50% of Video Views Will Be Via Mobile in 2016 [Research]

50% of Video Views Will Be Via Mobile in 2016 [Research]

27% of consumers are already watching online video via their mobile device, but that figure is set to double in 2016, when around 50% of us will regularly turn to our smartphones and tablets to watch the clips we want to. And, according to new research, the bigger the mobile screen the better when it comes to long-form video viewing.

18-34 Year Olds Are Watching 53% More Online Video [Study]

18 34 Year Olds Are Watching 53% More Online Video [Study]

With digital video now available on an unprecedented number of devices, U.S. based 18-34 year olds are watching 53% more of it than this time in 2013. But don't be fooled into thinking that it's just the Millennials who are consuming more online video. Those aged between 50 and 64 are watching 60% as much, while those of us lucky enough to fall into the 35-49 age bracket are watching 80% more.