&quot;Unlike television consumption, which mostly happens during the prime-time hours of 8 p.m. to 11 p.m., people across all demographics are watching online videos consistently throughout the day and night, with the exception of dinnertime, 40% of young adult US households view Internet video on the TV at least once per month. 57% users at least once a month (Nielsen ‘09) Cell phone users are more likely to record video on their cell phones than they are to watch it; 19% of cell phone users now say they have recorded video with their phone.
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SpeakerText (YouTube) is free Visitors can select a chunk of the transcript, copy it, and paste it in their own blog or website as a link to the exact moment in the video where the quote appears. The link goes to the publisher’s site, not YouTube’s. Right now SpeakerText only works with YouTube, but the company says it plans to provide the service for other platforms in the future.
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