ComScore's Online Video Rankings are out for August 2013 and there's very little change from last month with the big players such as YouTube, Vevo, AOL and Fullscreen all holding on to their top positions.
ComScore's released their July 2013 Online Video Rankings. Not much changed from last month, ads continue to be strong, and Google Sites (aka YouTube) rule the online video world, as usual. There was a total overall increase in views but this online video machine is just humming along.
ComScore released their June 2013 U.S. Online Video Rankings today. We saw another incredible rise in ads last month, and Americans watched a total of about 45 billion videos overall. Minutes-per-viewer increased to the highest point since last October.
An amazing 15 billion ads were viewed last month, taking the total minutes of ads from 5,000 to 6,000. And, the total number of videos watched by Americans eclipsed the 40 million mark. But as has been the story for the last three months, ad frequency is off the charts.
comScore released their April Video Metrix and the ad boom continues, as we saw yet another record amount of ads last month. Virtually everything stays the same from March in total videos viewed, unique viewers, and so on.
India doubled the number of videos they watched in March 2013 compared to March 2011. This is due to increased viewership, increased video-watching, and increased time spent watching videos. While it's actually a small percentage of the population, viewership keeps rising at a phenomenal rate.
The March 2013 comScore shows a lot more of the same, with a record amount of ads being watched last month...actually a bonkers amount of ads, blowing away all previous months by a wide margin. And that's likely to continue if the projections for video ads this year are to be believed.
comScore and Crackle have teamed together to measure the audience across all devices in which Crackle can be played. Online metrics have been unable to come up with a number that includes devices like connected TVs and video game consoles. comScore and Crackle aim to solve that.
ComScore has announced their February 2013 U.S. rankings, and while a couple of areas saw all-time highs, in a few categories, some of the lowest numbers we've seen in awhile popped up last month. Some of it can be attributed to the shorter month, some cannot.