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864,000 Hours of Video are Uploaded to Youtube

Each day, 864,000 hours of video are uploaded to Youtube.

Research Area: Broadband TrafficThen and Now

Tags: broadband, video, youtube, internet, data, traffic, streaming, consumption

Spector, Dina. “Everything That Happens In One Day On The Internet.” Business Insider. March 5, 2012.

183 Million Viewers Watched an Average of 186 Videos Each During May 2010.

Nearly 183 million viewers watched an average of 186 videos per viewer during the month of May 2010. Google Sites attracted 144.6 million unique viewers during the month (101.2 videos per viewer), followed by Yahoo! Sites with 46.0 million viewers (7.3 videos per viewer), and Vevo with 45.6 million viewers (9.4 videos per viewer).

Research Area: Broadband Traffic

Tags: google, video, youtube, traffic, yahoo, vevo, online

“comScore Releases May 2010 U.S. Online Video Rankings.” comScore Press Release. June 24, 2010.

YouTube Accounted for 43.1 Percent of All Videos Viewed Online in May 2010

YouTube.com achieved record levels of viewing activity in May 2010 with an all-time high of 14.6 billion videos viewed, representing 43.1 percent of all videos viewed online.  Hulu ranked second with 1.2 billion videos, Microsoft Sites ranked third with 642 million, followed by Vevo with 430 million and Viacom Digital with 347 million.

Research Area: Broadband Traffic

Tags: google, video, youtube, hulu, traffic, vevo, online, viacom digital, microsoft sites

“comScore Releases May 2010 U.S. Online Video Rankings.” comScore Press Release. June 24, 2010.

According to comScore Inc. data, Google, with its properties, including YouTube Inc. , represents 55 percent of online videos viewed.

Research Area: Broadband Traffic

Tags: google, youtube

Jeff Baumgartner, “Comcast: NBCU Deal Won't Kill Web TV Players.” Light Reading, January 29, 2010.

Each hour during peak time, about 10% of all households have seen a YouTube video, and almost 25% have seen a Flash video in general

Research Area: Broadband Traffic

Tags: broadband traffic, youtube, internet traffic, sandvine, flash video

2009 Global Broadband Phenomena – Executive Summary. Sandvine Intelligent Broadband Networks, October 2009.

YouTube alone is about 5% of global Internet traffic, and is about 10% of all Internet traffic in Africa

Research Area: Broadband Traffic

Tags: broadband traffic, youtube, internet traffic, africa, sandvine

2009 Global Broadband Phenomena – Executive Summary. Sandvine Intelligent Broadband Networks, October 2009.

A single YouTube viewing consumes nearly 100 times as much cellular bandwidth as a voice call

Research Area: Broadband Traffic

Tags: broadband traffic, youtube, bandwidth

Holman Jenkins, “The Coming Mobile Meltdown” Wall Street Journal. October 13, 2009.

YouTube released viewing figures saying it serves more than 1 billion videos a day, or roughly 30 billion in a month. This number reflects global data.

Research Area: Other

Tags: other, broadband traffic, youtube, online video

Miguel Helft, “YouTube: We’re Bigger Than You Thought,” New York Times Bits [blog]. October 9, 2009.

According to comScore, in August YouTube surpassed 10 billion views in a single month in the United States for the first time. That made YouTube nearly 20 times more popular than its nearest rival in online video, Microsoft, which showed just 547 million videos.

Research Area: Other

Tags: other, broadband traffic, youtube, online video

Miguel Helft, “YouTube: We’re Bigger Than You Thought,” New York Times Bits [blog]. October 9, 2009.

According to data analysis by Brian Solis, president of Silicon Valley public-relations firm Future Works, YouTube’s users are half women and half men.

Research Area: Broadband Traffic

Tags: broadband traffic, social networking, youtube, demographics

Marisa Taylor “Women Outnumber Men on Social-Networking Sites.” Wall Street Journal Digits blog. October 8, 2009.
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