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6 Billion Hours of Video Watched on YouTube Each Month

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With 1 billion people visiting YouTube worldwide every month, virtually any audience that content creators or advertisers want to reach is on YouTube. But, according to Google, the audience that most marketers want to reach is called Generation C. With 1 billion people visiting YouTube worldwide every month, virtually any audience that content creators or advertisers want to reach is on YouTube. But, according to Google, the audience that most marketers want to reach is called Generation C. 0 Comments

AOL Puts Entire Original Video Library on 22 Monetized YouTube Channels

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According to comScore, YouTube's parent company, Google, and AOL are the two largest video content properties by number of video streams per month, which means this deal brings together the two largest video properties on the web. According to comScore, YouTube's parent company, Google, and AOL are the two largest video content properties by number of video streams per month, which means this deal brings together the two largest video properties on the web. 0 Comments

Disney, YouTube Strike a Video Deal

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Walt Disney Company and Google's YouTube are partnering together to help gain Web dominance by spending a combined $10 million to $15 million on original video series to help engage children online. This new channel is set to launch in 2012. Walt Disney Company and Google's YouTube are partnering together to help gain Web dominance by spending a combined $10 million to $15 million on original video series to help engage children online. This new channel is set to launch in 2012. 0 Comments

YouTube Does More Than Round Up the Usual Suspects With New Channels

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YouTube is trying to exponentially expand on the viewing options created by the advent of cable TV by launching about 100 new chanels, offering advertisers a new way to engage and reach distinct market segments by narrowcasting their video ads. YouTube is trying to exponentially expand on the viewing options created by the advent of cable TV by launching about 100 new chanels, offering advertisers a new way to engage and reach distinct market segments by narrowcasting their video ads. 0 Comments