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Here you'll find convenient research items culled from the best broadband data sources. If you need to find bite-sized talking points on a tight deadline, you're in the right place. We've already done the hard part for you!

Facts tagged with Youtube

Internet traffic will increase fivefold over the next five years, driven in large part by a jump in the amount of video transmitted across the network [Cisco Systems].

Research Area: Broadband Traffic

Tags: broadband traffic, video, youtube, hulu, television, cisco, comparison

Ben Worthen, “Cisco Says Internet Video to Explode,” Wall Street Journal Digits [blog]. June 9, 2009.

The amount of traffic generated each month by YouTube is now equivalent to the amount of traffic generated across the entire internet in all of 2000.

Research Area: Broadband Traffic

Tags: broadband traffic, youtube

John Harlow, “Beware surfers: cyberspace is filling up,” Times Online (UK). April 26, 2009.

Broadband usage is exploding at a rapid pace and is driven by trends like video and music downloading, photo sharing and online gaming, AT&T spokesperson Mike Barger said. If the trend continues, he said, AT&T would see its total bandwidth increase by four times in the next three years.

Research Area: Broadband Adoption

Tags: broadband adoption, youtube, bandwidth, entertainment, online gaming, att, skype, xbox, leisure, music downloading

CJ Castillo, “Will online viewers change TV?” Victoria Advocate. February 16, 2009.

Internet trending research suggests that families are spending more of their leisure time during evening hours on Internet-based entertainment and communication applications such as YouTube, Xbox Live and Skype.

Research Area: Broadband Adoption

Tags: broadband adoption, youtube, entertainment, skype, xbox, leisure

Don Bowman, “Consumption: A Paradigm Shift in Billing for Internet Access, Charging for Usage Rather Than Speed Is Good For Everyone,” XChangeMag. February 11, 2009.

In December [2008], almost 100 million viewers in the United States watched 5.9 billion YouTube videos, according to comScore.

Research Area: Broadband Traffic

Tags: broadband traffic, youtube, online video

Randall Stross, “Why Television Still Shines in a World of Screens,” New York Times. February 7, 2009

98.9 million viewers watched 5.9 billion videos on YouTube.com (59.2 videos per viewer). [December, 2008]

Research Area: Broadband Traffic

Tags: broadband traffic, youtube, online video

U.S. Online Video Viewing Surges 13 Percent in Record-Setting December. comScore Press Release. February 4, 2009.
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