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Google Sites top US online video property in August

Friday 23 September 2011 | 11:03 CET | News
About 180 million US internet users watched online video content in August for an average of 18 hours per viewer, according to a study by comScore. The total US internet audience engaged in a record 6.9 billion viewing sessions. Video music channels Vevo (60.6 million viewers) and Warner Music (30.9 million viewers) assumed the top two positions. Gaming channel Machinima ranked third with 17.7 million viewers, followed by Maker Studios with 10 million, Demand Media with 8.4 million and Revision3 with 6.6 million. Within the top ten partners, TheGameStation demonstrated the highest engagement

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Categories: Internet
Companies: Adap.tv / Demand Media / Facebook / Google / Hulu / Microsoft / Vevo / Viacom / Warner Music / YouTube
Countries: United States
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