Video Statistics & Market Research

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13-24 Year Olds Watching More YouTube Than TV - To The Surprise of No-one

Not only are 13 to 24 year olds watching more online video than traditional broadcast media, they consider YouTube Influencers more relatable, and trustworthy than traditional TV and movie stars. Which means it's time for brands to reconsider how they target this age group.
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Long-Form Video Content Set to Increase its Market Share [Report]

A new industry report indicates that long-form video content is poised to increase its market share as publishers develop more original programming for viewers. Long-form video advertising is also proving popular, with a 43% increase in views on long-form ad content year-over-year.
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How YouTube Can Overcome the Strategic Threat From Facebook

There's no doubt that Facebook poses a real threat to YouTube's dominance when it comes to video reach. But, a new focus on generating engagement via YouTube advertising may just prevent Facebook from cutting off the ad revenues that YouTube and Google need.
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Super Bowl 2015: Online Views Smash 1 Billion Barrier

Super Bowl related video content uploaded to the internet broke the 1 billion view mark on February 3rd 2015. In the previous 30 days, 80,000 videos from 49,000 creators got close to 1.1 billion views across YouTube, Facebook, Vine, Twitch, Vimeo, AOL, and other sites.
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By 2019, 72% of Mobile Traffic Will Be Video Content [Cisco Study]

Video content will be responsible for an incredible 72% of total mobile data traffic by 2019, according to a new study by Cisco. That's a 13-fold increase in the next 4 years, and puts network providers under pressure to deliver consistent high-quality video to consumers.
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Music, Minecraft, Movies: The Most Searched For Keywords on YouTube

YouTube has confirmed the most popular keyword searches on the site for 2014, and it's no surprise that 'music', and 'movies' appear in the top three. But did you know that 'Minecraft' is the second most popular search term on the video site?
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Online Video Streaming Up 60%, TV Consumption Down But Not Out [Report]

A new report from Nielsen confirms that digital TV consumption is growing at a phenomenal rate, while traditional broadcast TV viewing is on the decline. That being said, TV still accounts for an average of about 141 hours watched each month, compared to 11 hours a month for online content.
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Tablets and Smartphone Video Views Up by 400% on 2012 [Report]

Viewers watching video via their mobile devices account for 30% of all video views, an increase of 200% compared to this time last year, and a jump of 400% on Q3 2012. The mobile share of video consumption is predicted to increase to 50% by 2015.
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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.
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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.
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What's Trending on YouTube? Surprise! It's 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.