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Why YouTube (GOOG) is dominating mobile video: an IAB study of U.S. mobile video viewers found...

Why YouTube (GOOG) is dominating mobile video: an IAB study of U.S. mobile video viewers found 45% watch music videos, 42% movie trailers, 41% tutorials, and 37% "funny short video clips." In other winds, the kinds of short-form video content the Google site is well-known for. Also encouraging for YouTube is the fact 53% of respondents said they're "positive or neutrally receptive" to mobile video ads - a question like that usually understates the actual willingness to watch an ad.
Comments (3)
  • YouTube is a very under rated Google service. When one needs to learn a new skill or just wants to do something new it is a good place to go. It is amazing to find such a variety of topics and an endless supply of people that post knowledgeable information on the subject.

     

    I like the fact that the video postings produced are open to the public both amateur and professional. The open nature of the format is truly refreshing. Even the comments posted after the videos occasionally have useful information and links to products and services.
    14 Dec 2012, 07:45 PM Reply Like
  • I agree, the open format is useful in many ways. I enjoy watching Vimeo for the art aspect of it more though. Artisans tend to generate in that direction. Although this one gentlemen did a CG of " The Alan Parsons's Project" I Robot., it was very impressive. I do believe he released it on YouTube.. It's worth checking out, for he has more than just one. I am going to go back and re watch it, then most likely follow him. GOOG and Kansas does look promising along with OPENFLOW/SDN. I can't wait for this stuff to start to happen. Very bullish long term with IPTV. IBM 3D holographic imaging, XBOX 720 and all the rest
    16 Dec 2012, 11:59 AM Reply Like
  • It's EDUARDO VIVONA ,I ROBOT.The sound is rather amazing for over the internet. GOOG, facial recognitioning, pure positive going forward.
    16 Dec 2012, 01:16 PM Reply Like
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