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In a possible sign of market saturation, Facebook's (FB) unique U.S. video viewers fell 8% Y/Y...

In a possible sign of market saturation, Facebook's (FB) unique U.S. video viewers fell 8% Y/Y in March to 45.1M, per comScore. The decline comes even as third-party video sites see traffic take off thanks to Facebook Open Graph integration. Yahoo's (YHOO) viewers are estimated to have increased 8% to 60.6M, good enough for second place. Market giant YouTube (GOOG) only saw 2% viewer growth to 146.1M, but its minutes/viewer continued to soar (previous).
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  • Lee Stoller
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    I think YouTube, Google and Yahoo are the future winners! !!
    28 Apr 2012, 12:00 AM Reply Like
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