Consumers in APAC watched 11% more video on mobile devices than those in North America, according to Ooyala’s Q1 2017 Global Video Index, a variance that shows that there’s little homogeneity in how content is consumed globally and underlines the need for solutions that don’t follow a one-size fits all strategy.
There were more video views on mobile devices in Q3 than on any other device, continuing a growth trend that began with the earliest iterations of Ooyala’s Global Video Index. But it’s the kind of video that viewers are watching on mobile devices that we found most interesting in Ooyala’s Q3 2016 Global Video Index.
A 22% increase in the amount of premium video inventory available programmatically in Q1 helped drive a 74% increase in paid ad impressions, according to Ooyala’s Q1 2016 Global Video Index.
The report also found a 13% increase in private marketplace CPMs during the quarter, one which traditionally falls off following the Q4 holiday season.
Ireland and the United Kingdom are leading Europe – and the rest of the world (ROW) – in watching video on mobile devices, according to Ooyala’s Q3 2015 Global Video Index.
The latest iteration of the report shows that the Irish and British, especially, watch the most mobile video (66% of all video views) on smartphones and tablets, helping Europe to a ROW-leading 53%.
Ooyala’s Q2 2015 Global Video Index showed that nearly half of all video plays and ad impressions for publishers occurred on mobile devices.
In the latest Index, released today, Ooyala said 44% of all video views in the quarter were on mobile devices, an increase of 844% since the second quarter of 2012, and a compound annual growth rate that exceeds 110%.
Ooyala released its Q1 2015 Video Index today (download it here) capturing the shifting viewing trends of more than 220 million unique users in nearly every country in the world, spanning Ooyala’s 500+ customer base of the world’s largest broadcasters and publishers. This quarter’s report shows mobile viewing now accounts for 42% of all online viewing.
Don’t miss Tuesday’s webinar, Inside the Numbers, where we take a deeper dive into the Q4 2014 Video Index.
The free webinar will take a look at mobile video views – which soared in December – and how the continuing migration of advertising dollars from broadcasters and publishers is changing the landscape of online video.
It’s becoming commonplace to look at various year-over-year metrics that quantify the way online video and Internet TV is being consumed and to expect growth of 30% or 40% or more.
But, what we may not be seeing or, perhaps, appreciating, is the speed at which the change is occurring, and the change in the magnitude of the growth.
Ooyala’s Q1 2014 Video Index showed that iOS remains the market leader in terms of online video views – by a huge margin in nearly every market -- despite trailing Android in device market share.
Despite trailing in worldwide smartphone market share, iOS continues to spank Android when it comes to viewers watching online video, Ooyala’s just-released Q1 2014 Video Index reveals.
It wasn’t very long ago that “mobile video” meant carrying your portable TV out to the porch and plugging in an extension cord. There just wasn’t anything else.
Today, for an increasing share of consumers, mobile video means the ability to watch what ever online video they want, when ever they want on an increasing array of mobile phones and tables on iOS, Android and Windows operating systems.