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  1. AOL Climbs into 2nd Place in Online Video Content Ranking with 71 Million Viewers

    Google sites ranked first with more than 1.7 billion ads, followed by BrightRoll Video Network with 1.4 billion, Adap.tv with 1.2 billion, and Hulu with 1.1 billion. In August 2013, Americans viewed nearly 22.8 billion video ads, with Google sites...

  2. AdWords for Video Makes Reporting More Consistent, Goal-Oriented & Prettier

    This ability to run the option play has enabled Google sites, driven primarily by YouTube.com, to become the leading video ad property. However, the BrightRoll Video Network was right behind with 1.8 billion video ads viewed, followed by Liverail...

  3. YouTube Investment in VEVO Would Strengthen its Top Position in Online Video Rankings

    Time spent watching video ads totaled 4.1 billion minutes, with BrightRoll Video Network delivering the highest duration of video ads at 966 million minutes. BrightRoll Video Network came in second with 1.8 billion, followed by Liverail.com with...

  4. AOL Puts Entire Original Video Library on 22 Monetized YouTube Channels

    In his post, Harnevo said, “As many of you know, video has been a key part of our overall strategy over the last few years, and since launching The AOL On Network in April of this year, we’ve seen tremendous traction in the marketplace.

  5. comScore: Online Video Content Reaches Record 188 Million U.S. Viewers

    Google sites ranked first with more than 1.7 billion ads, followed by BrightRoll Video Network with 1.4 billion, and Adap.tv with 1.2 billion, Hulu with 1.1 billion. Time spent watching video ads totaled 3.5 billion minutes, with BrightRoll Video...

  6. Hulu Buries YouTube With 4x More Ad Views – Are Advertisers Afraid of YouTube?

    Tremor Video ranked second overall (and highest among video ad exchanges/networks) with 764 million ad views, followed by Adap.tv (720 million) and BrightRoll Video Network (603 million). Google Sites, driven primarily by video viewing at YouTube...