ComScore: 19.6 Billion Video Ad Views in U.S. in July

Some 187 million Americans watched more than 48 billion online content videos in July, while video ad views totaled 19.6 billion, according to the latest comScore Video Metrix report. ComScore’s data once again revealed just how dominant Google is in this market. With YouTube the...Learn More

Mobile Analytics Report: YouTube Dominates on Mobile Video

Mobile subscribers are increasingly connecting to the Internet and searching the Web: the number of mobile search transactions per subscriber rose 25% between February 2012 and 2Q 2013, according to the latest Citrix ByteMobile Mobile Analytics Report, which “provides insight into mobile data subscriber usage...Learn More

Sandvine: 20% of Fixed Data Traffic is Mobile Offload

Fixed and mobile data traffic continues to grow by leaps and bounds across the U.S., North America and worldwide, according to Sandvine’s “Global Internet Phenomena Report: 1H 2013.” Mean monthly fixed access network usage amounted to 44.7 gigabytes (GB) through the first six months of...Learn More

Google Steps Up TV Search

Google announced search enhancements to its Google TV platform today. The new search functionality focuses on voice capabilities and better discovery of movie and TV content through what they are calling PrimeTime. The moves illustrate Google’s further attempts to leverage their core competency of search...Learn More

Report: New Online Video Ad Record as 180 Million Watch Video Online

Results from comScore Video Metrix for June show online video advertising hit another record-high of 11 billion video ads viewed. More than 180 million U.S. Internet users watched 33 billion online content videos during the month. Monthly Video Metrix rankings for individual and group network...Learn More

YouTube Launching Major Channel, Content Partner Expansion

It’s been said that thanks to the Internet and IP-based digital telecommunications – as well as cable TV before them – the market for video news, information and entertainment is no longer a mass market but a market made up of an ever-growing mass of...Learn More

YouTube Remains Dominant Internet Video Channel

Some 180 million US Internet users each watched an average 18.5 hours of OTT online video in July. Total viewing hours set a record at 6.9 billion viewing sessions, according to data from the latest comScore Video Metrix service, a record that’s likely to be...Learn More

comScore: Online Video Viewing Reached Record High in June

The number of American Internet users that watched videos online reached 179 million in June and watched online video a record-high 6.2 billion times, according to the latest results from the comScore Video Metrix service. Viewing hours totaled 16.8 per viewer for the month. Google...Learn More

User Generated Content Sites Generated 230 Billion Views in 2010

With its rapid growth in popularity and easier to use technology, user-generated content is seeing exponential growth, according to an AccuStream industry report. UGC video sites, networks, channels and brands—think YouTube,, Metacafe, Dailymotion, MySpace and Veoh, among others — generated more than 230 billion...Learn More

Wii Brings YouTube to the TV

YouTube has announced that the wildly popular Nintendo Wii will offer a TV version of YouTube. YouTube for Television offers a “a dynamic, lean-back, 10-foot television viewing experience through a streamlined interface that enables you to discover, watch and share YouTube videos on any TV...Learn More

Embarq LaunchesYouTube Channel

Embarq announced the launch of an Embarq YouTube channel, which will feature instructional videos for Embarq services. Embarq says the strategy will “bring customer service to the customer.” As of this posting, the Embarq channel had 17 instructional videos for things like Embarq email, the...Learn More

TiVo Bringing YouTube Directly to the Television

The march to video distribution over the Internet that rivals traditional subscription pay television continues. TiVo announced an agreement with YouTube that will bring YouTube content directly to the television through a TiVo DVR Series 3 set-top-box or better. In addition to viewing YouTube content,...Learn More