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Join eMarketer Senior Analyst Paul Verna, who will discuss the state of online video content and syndication. After this webinar, you'll have a firm grasp of the online video audience, revenue models …

Join eMarketer Senior Analyst Paul Verna, who will discuss the state of online video content and syndication. After this webinar, you'll have a firm grasp of the online video audience, revenue models and trends for the future.

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  • This Webinar is brought to you by Citrix Online, makers of the GoToWebinar online event platform we’re using today. If you’re interested in hosting your own Webinars, please visit gotowebinar.com for a free trial of this software. In this session, your GoToWebinar attendee viewer is made of 2 parts, the viewer window where you’ll see the content presented, and the control panel where you can submit feedback during the presentation. We welcome you to submit questions and comments in the text question window on the right hand side of your screen.

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  • 1. Unica OnDemand The Evolving Online Video Landscape: Trends & Insights The Webinar will begin at 1:00 PM EST You will be connected to audio using your computer’s microphone and speakers (VoIP). A headset is recommended. Or you may select Use Telephone after joining the Webinar. Dial-in phone: 916 – 233 – 3088 Access code: 523 – 429 – 565 Presented by: Paul Verna eMarketer Senior Analyst Sponsored by:
  • 2. Welcome Webinar Attendees Your GoToWebinar Attendee Viewer is made of 2 parts: 1. Viewer Window 2. Control Panel Type your question here
  • 3. J U L Y 2 0 1 0 The Evolving Online Video Landscape: Trends & Insights
  • 4. Agenda
      • Online Video Audience Metrics & Demographics
      • Content Mix & Venues
      • Case Studies: YouTube, Netflix, Hulu, Break Media, ooyala
      • Monetization
      • Syndication
      • Technology Convergence: From TV to Internet
      • Tips & Takeaways
  • 5. Overview
      • We’re in a transitional time
      • Consumer behavior, technology, monetization models, and the relationship between digital and transitional media are all in flux
      • The landscape will change significantly in the next few years
      • Opportunities about for those willing to take risks and embrace new paradigms
  • 6. Online Video Audience Metrics 147.5 million people in the US watch online video, which translates to 2/3 of Internet users
  • 7. Online Video Audience Metrics By 2014, this number will increase to 193.1 million, or 77% of Internet users. 7% CAGR
  • 8. Audience Demographics The largest clusters of viewers are ages 18 to 44
  • 9. Audience Demographics The largest clusters of viewers are ages 18 to 44
  • 10. Women outnumber men in the overall online video audience, but men outnumber women among heavy TV online viewers
  • 11. Those under 25 are most inclined to watch ‘all’ or ‘most’ of their TV online
  • 12. TV Online Increasing numbers of video viewers are watching full-length TV shows online
  • 13. Content Mix: Movies Online Downloading and streaming of full-length movies rose dramatically in 2009
  • 14. User-generated clips still lead the pack of online video types watched regularly by US viewers
  • 15. Case Study: YouTube
  • 16. YouTube was the undisputed leader by unique viewers, with over 100 million in May 2010 Case Study: YouTube US Unique Viewers to Google Video Sites, May 2010 (millions)
  • 17. Source: Nielsen Case Study: YouTube Top Online Video Properties by Videos Viewed, May 2010 (billions)
  • 18. Source: comScore Case Study: YouTube Top Online Video Properties by Videos Viewed, May 2010 (billions)
  • 19. Case Study: Netflix Case Study: YouTube
      • Business Highlights
      • 43% market share in May 2010 (comScore)
      • Third-most-visited site on the web
      • 24 hours of video uploaded every minute
      • Over 2 billion clips served every day
      • Cost and technical barriers lower than ever
      • Preferred hosting destination for media firms
      • Partnerships with top content owners
  • 20. Case Study: Netflix Case Study: YouTube
      • Challenges
      • DNA is in user-generated video
      • Interface needs improvement
      • Stiff competition from Hulu in TV space
      • Stiff competition from Netflix in movie space
      • Integration between Google TV and YouTube a question mark
      • Monetization strategy unclear
  • 21. Case Study: YouTube “ With respect to how it’ll get monetized, our first priority is on the advertising side. We do expect over time to see micropayments and other forms of subscription models coming as well, but our initial focus is on advertising.” — Eric Schmidt, CEO, Google, in CNET Case Study: YouTube
  • 22. Case Study: Netflix Case Study: Netflix
  • 23. Case Study: Netflix Case Study: Netflix
      • Business Highlights
      • 15 million subscribers in Q2 2010, which is up 42% year-over-year
      • 61% of subscribers stream content
      • Expansion into Canada and other territories
      • Three platform strategy: game consoles, Blu-ray players, Internet TVs
  • 24. Case Study: Netflix “ We focus on three categories: videogame consoles, Blu-ray and Internet TV, which is just emerging. We’ve been very happy with the early progress from Sony, VIZIO and others, but that category in the very long term is likely to be the leading category.” — Reed Hastings, CEO, Netflix, Q2 2010 earnings call Case Study: Netflix
  • 25. Technology Integration “ The recession has increased demand for in-home entertainment, enhancing the TV experience. This, combined with new flat-panel models that access content from the Internet, will further blur the lines between TV and the Internet.” — Ed Moran, director of insights and innovation, Deloitte Case Study: Netflix
  • 26. Case Study: Netflix Case Study: Netflix
      • Challenges
      • Direct competition from Hulu, YouTube, Blockbuster, Apple, Amazon, etc.
      • Limitations on content availability
      • Long ramp time for Internet TVs to penetrate market
  • 27. Case Study: Hulu Case Study: Hulu Plus
  • 28. Case Study: Netflix Case Study: Hulu Plus
      • Hulu founded on an ad-supported model
      • Company has crossed the profit threshold
      • Revenue guidance of $100M in 1H 2010
      • Joint-venture partners long interested in exploring paid-content
  • 29. Case Study: Netflix Case Study: Hulu Plus
      • Business Highlights
      • $10/month subscription
      • Available on Windows, Mac, iPhone, iPad, Blu-ray, Internet TVs
      • PS3, Android support in the future
      • Despite fee, service will carry advertising load similar to current free Hulu
  • 30. Case Study: Netflix Case Study: Hulu Plus
      • Challenges
      • High price, no pricing tiers
      • Service carries ads despite monthly fee
      • Competition from other paywalls, including newspapers, music services, data plans
      • Content offerings limited to JV partners
  • 31. Case Study: Hulu Plus “ If your ambition is to bring the world’s premium content to users, and to do so in a way that produces fair returns to content owners—and it is our ambition—there isn’t one single bullet…you’re going to see a tremendous number of experiments.” — Jason Kilar, CEO, Hulu, in The New York Times
  • 32. The video content mix is shifting from ad-funded to paid and hybrid models
  • 33. Case Study: Hulu Plus “ Our research suggests that viewers have a higher tolerance for advertising than they are currently receiving. There’s revenue being left on the table and media companies have not yet extracted full value out of the medium.” — Tania Yuki, director of online video and cross-platform product, comScore
  • 34. YouTube Promoted Videos
      • Leverages branded video campaigns
      • Similar to AdWords for YouTube
      • CPMs between $100 and $400
      • YouTube attributes CPMs to higher engagement levels with online video vs. TV
  • 35. Case Study: Ooyala
  • 36. Case Study: Ooyala
      • Using Ooyala’s multi-variate testing framework (currently in beta), a top media company doubled paid-content revenues twice
      • Extended clip preview length from 2 minutes to 3 minutes
      • Reduced download price from 99 cents to 49 cents
      • Ooyala expects monetization income to contribute 20% of revenue in 2011
  • 37. Case Study: Ooyala
      • Another Ooyala client increased ad engagement by changing formats
      • A single 15-second pre-roll produced abandonment rates of 20% to 25%
      • Spreading out the ad load and using shorter spots brought rates to single digits
  • 38. Case Study: Ooyala “ There are more and more opportunities to hit a consumer with advertising, but it’s not just about more advertising but better targeted ads.” — Bismarck Lepe, President of Products, Ooyala, in an interview with eMarketer
  • 39. Case Study: Ooyala
      • Business Highlights
      • Customer dashboard enables instant syndication to all screens
      • Specific moments or entire clips can be shared via popular social platforms
      • YouTube playback gives customers access to world’s largest online video library
      • Flexible technology detects playback environment and scales accordingly
      • Product features enable testing of multiple monetization options (ads vs PPV) to determine best mix for viewer engagement and revenue
  • 40. Case Study: Ooyala
      • Challenges
      • Competition from other players in the online video platform space (Brightcove)
      • Competition from in-house solutions
      • Social venues provide ample free syndication opportunities
  • 41. Case Study: Break Media Case Study: Break Media
  • 42. Case Study: Break Media
      • Business Highlights
      • Well-defined demographic target
      • Expertise in producing, licensing and distributing content
      • Branded websites that cater to niches within the target demo
      • Ad network leverages company’s content expertise with its advertising muscle
  • 43. Case Study: Break Media “ We’ve created a vertically integrated machine that’s self-sufficient in the sense that we can produce content, monetize it and distribute it….That’s really important, and most important is to do it at the right price points.” — Keith Richman, CEO, Break Media, in an interview with eMarketer Case Study: Break Media
  • 44. Case Study: Break Media
      • Challenges
      • Very competitive space on the professional content side
      • Equally crowded field in user-generated media
      • Also competitive on the ad-network side
  • 45. Facebook is now a key player in online video, proving the importance of social venues in the content syndication loop
  • 46. Technology Convergence: From TV to the internet
  • 47. Technology Convergence: More users connecting TVs to the internet
  • 48. Technology Convergence: Sharp increases in streaming devices
  • 49. The US will see an explosion in TVs and other devices with integrated web-video widgets
  • 50. Technology Convergence Phase 1: Set-top boxes, game consoles
  • 51. Technology Convergence Phase 2: Internet-connected TVs
  • 52.
      • The online video audience is growing and becoming more demographically homogenous.
      • The content mix is shifting toward professional, full-length programming.
      • Monetization models are moving toward paid & hybrid systems but content owners must convince skeptical consumers of the value of paying for video.
      • Ad-supported models will remain strong.
      • Technology convergence will be key to the continued success of online video.
      • Content syndication is expanding the video audience.
    Tips & Takeaways
  • 53. J U L Y 2 0 1 0 eMarketer would like to thank DoubleClick for sponsoring today’s webinar.
  • 54. There is an advertiser for every video
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  • 57. Thank you for tuning in to the eMarketer Webinar: The Evolving Online Video Landscape Presented by: Paul Verna eMarketer Senior Analyst Questions & Answers Registrants will receive a copy of the slide deck and the playback link in a follow up email within 24 hours of this presentation. Sponsored by:
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