Last Updated Jan 5, 2009 4:59 PM EST
Much-ballyhooed Hulu, for example, remains far in the rear-view mirror, in sixth place with 226 million+ videos, or a 1.8 percent market share. Yahoo, despite aggressive integration of videos in its news and entertainment content, is fourth with 304 million vidoes, and a 2.4 percent market share.
Most impressively, YouTube continues to host well over twice as many videos as its nine closest competitors combined...
The top ten are listed below.
Top U.S. Online Video Properties* by Videos Viewed (November 2008)
Property Videos (000) Mkt Share (%)
- Google Sites 5,107,302 40.3
- Fox Interactive Media 439,091 3.5
- Viacom Digital 324,903 2.6
- Yahoo! Sites 304,331 2.4
- Microsoft Sites 296,285 2.3
- Hulu 226,540 1.8
- Turner Network 214,709 1.7
- Disney Online 137,165 1.1
- AOL LLC 115,306 0.9
- ESPN 95,622 0.8
- others 5,415,809 42.6
Source: comScore Video Metrix
*Rankings based on video content sites; excludes video server networks. Online video includes both streaming and progressive download video.