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YouTube grabbed 73.18 percent of all U.S. visits to online video sites in March, representing a 32 percent year-over-year increase, according to new data from Hitwise. Also gobbling up our eyeballs during March was Hulu, which made climbed to number 22 despite it being public for […]

YouTube grabbed 73.18 percent of all U.S. visits to online video sites in March, representing a 32 percent year-over-year increase, according to new data from Hitwise.

Also gobbling up our eyeballs during March was Hulu, which made climbed to number 22 despite it being public for just half of the month.

While YouTube continues to ride high, the online video category overall slumped from 7 percent of all U.S. Internet visits in March of 2007 down to 1 percent in 2008. But it’s not all doom and gloom, time spent on the sites increased 7 percent for the week ending April 5.

Break.com led the pack of independent video websites, receiving 1.82 percent of all U.S. visits to video sites with Metacafe, Dailymotion, Veoh and Blinkx following, in that order.

  1. [...] YouTube Up 32% Year-over-Year « NewTeeVee Not bad. (tags: youtube video new.media finance) [...]

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  2. [...] Nothing seems to be hurting YouTube — the video-sharing site had more than 73 percent of all U.S. visits to online video sites in March, a 32 percent year-over-year [...]

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  3. [...] 15, 2008 · No Comments Youtube의 미국 online video 시장 점유율이 2008년 3월 현재 73.18%로 조사 되었다.   거의 독점적이라고 할 수 있는 점유율이다.   2007년 대비 32% [...]

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  4. [...] YouTube Up 32% Year-over-YearHowever, as a category, online video might have peaked in terms of reach, but the audience is getting more loyal. What this means is that the people who love it really love it. [...]

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  5. [...] YouTube Increases Dominance, Up 32% Year-over-Year NEWTEEVEE YouTube grabbed 73.18 percent of all U.S. visits to online video sites in March, representing a 32 percent year-over-year increase, according to new data from Hitwise. Also gobbling up our eyeballs during March was Hulu, which made climbed to number 22 despite it being public for just half of the month. While YouTube continues to ride high, the online video category overall slumped from 7 percent of all U.S. Internet visits in March of 2007 down to 1 percent in 2008. Source> [...]

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  6. [...] NewTeeVee løb YouTube med 73,18 procent af det samlede antal besøg på online-video-sites i USA [...]

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  7. [...] post is in reference to NewTeeVee’s post “YouTube Up 32% Year-over-Year”, The article basically states that according to hitwise, YouTube has 73.18% viewership of online [...]

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  8. [...] the average, not as many people are watching online video content as last year – but when they do – they watch YouTube more than any other [...]

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