YouTube Has the Eyeballs, Study Says

Schachter, Ken
September 2008
Red Herring;9/10/2008, p11
Trade Publication
The article discusses a report concerning the online video market in the U.S. According to the report, Google's YouTube dominate the online video market, with a double-digit share of videos watched in the country. Google sites accounted for 44.1 percent of all videos viewed in the country in July 2008. It was followed by Fox Interactive Media, and Microsoft. The report also revealed that three-quarters of U.S. Internet users watched online videos.


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