&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.
Time per Viewer (min) 195.2 24.8% 25 percent growths in total streams and time per viewer 2009 There were some other eye-popping numbers (84.4% of U.S. Internet users watched at least one online video in October and the average person watched 10.8 hours of video), More people are watching video on FB Fewer people turning into primetime tv. Niche tv doing a little better
Co-watching tv Just announced. Ap you get via FB. MySpace has something like this IBM is developing a remote control that will automatically blog and/or microblog what you’re watching.
http://money.cnn.com/video/ Dish of new videos to highlight videos. Graphics team developed it to merchandise video content better. Dynamic experience News video is all about letting the viewer EXPERIENCE the elements of the story for themselves. In writing we do this through narrative writing, but video lets viewers see and hear the elements for themselves.
Forrester projects that 31 percent of U.S. homes will have DVRs by the end of this year. To deal with DVRs, Cablevision announced today that it will begin rolling out interactive TV ads, allowing viewers to use their remotes to “click” on a commercial in order to get more information.
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.
Which lead to small recording devices
http://newteevee.com/2009/09/12/hands-on-ipod-nano-vs-flip-sd/ Nano just released this week with Video. Stores 8 hours. Small $150
Serious competitor to Flip. Possibility for HD http://firstname.lastname@example.org
At least a dozen markets. Cuts in staff Press conference, ribbon cuttings KARE 2-3 times a week
Push for video in 2006 is changing. However, video takes time and people are not so a return on their investment. 't the norm and video is a secondary storytelling device, the trend is worse: nearly 25% click away from ads