How do people watch online video?
This week we look at the Global Video Index Report for the latest in tablet video data, online video statistics and streaming media trends.
We also smash a printer with a baseball bat and look at dancing polar bears.
TV is going Mobile and Global, and we have the data to prove it.
The latest Global Video Index Report is available now. Q2 data reveals that live, tablet, and connected TV viewing are all on the rise, as the lines between broadcast and broadband media continue to blur.
Telstra CEO David Thodey dropped by VideoMind recently to talk about mobile, multi-screen television and the power of personalizing media with online video analytics.
He spoke about the challenges traditional TV operators and service providers face as premium content shifts online.
TiVo recently announced it purchased TRA, an audience research tech firm, for $20 million. The deal shows the importance of analytics and big data, and will close this month.
Last time, we wrote about how luxury brands can use online videos to deliver unique, personalized experiences to consumers. This in turn can build brand loyalty, drive sales and increase a company's top line. We thought it'd be appropriate to follow up with proven video strategies to engage consumers.
What do you get with a billion video analytics pings, 200 million monthly unique viewers across the globe and a hard-working Big Data team to parse through all that information?
Ooyala's online videos reach almost 200 million monthly unique viewers in every corner of the world, from Argentina to Zimbabwe. Our Q1 Global Video Index provides insights into their viewing habits.
How do people around the world watch video on their PCs, smartphones, tablets and smart TVs?