SEEKING BALANCE In The  Online Video  Landscape Robert Stein, Daniel Incandela Indianapolis Museum of Art
Video has become a  part of our culture
-ComScore 145M U.S. Internet users watched an average of 90 videos in Feb 2009
The average American spends  6  hours a day watching video, up from  4.6  hours in  1996 . -ComScore
Hulu.com Reaches One-Quarter of Total Internet Viewer Population -ComScore
Search Engine Popularity 2,709 YouTube 1,015 MSN 2,804 Yahoo! 8,541 Google Search Queries (M) Search Provider
MUSEUMS  HAVE  NOT  BEEN LEFT  OUT IN  THE  COLD
MUSEUMS USE VIDEO A LOT
 
A COMPREHENSIVE LIST OF ALL MUSEUMS ON YOUTUBE
I GOT BORED
 
 
 
 
IMA’s history with videos
Repurposing Videos
Developing Classroom Tools
In-gallery Pieces
The First Marketing Video
 
Freedom to Publish
Unexpected Success
Unexpected Non-success
Embed
ADAPT AND LEARN FROM EXPERIENCES
APPLE MARKETING BONUS STATS
Web Surveys
Web Survey - Gender
Web Survey - Age
Web Survey - Income
Web Survey - Race
Getting a Feel for Demographics
 
 
 
 
But not always accurate
 
 
 
YouTube Insights
 
 
 
 
 
 
iTunes-U
Diversity of Content
Longer Format Videos
Grouping of Content
APPLE MARKETING BONUS APPLE MARKETING BONUS
APPLE MARKETING BONUS STATS
ITunes Stats
 
iTunesU 12/08 - 4/09
iTunesU 12/08 - 4/09
4 Willis 'Bing' Davis: On the Shoulders of Ancestors  Count 9 Sebastiano Mainardi: The Science of Art  Count 18 On the Roa...
ArtBabble
 
SERIES
CHANNELS
ARTISTS
 
Notes
 
 
APPLE MARKETING BONUS STATS
Google Analytics
Event Tracking
Users & Comments
Back-End Processing
Multiple Streaming Servers
Social Media Marketing And more…
SEO
 
 
 
What’s not on ArtBabble?
Questions? [email_address] [email_address]   [email_address]
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R. Stein and D. Incandela, Seeking Balance in the Online Video Landscape

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A presentation from Museums and the Web 2009

Online video has emerged as a powerful tool for distributing interpretive content to museum and web visitors. These technologies have created new ways to connect with and engage new audiences. [1, 2] New ways of publishing video online emerge constantly, leaving us the difficult task of determining the best option. [3] There are many factors that can influence our choices: the type of audience, quality of video playback, access to users, platform features, APIs, and much more. Instead of just jumping from one video service to another, is there a more strategic way of thinking about this content delivery?

The Indianapolis Museum of Art has been active in the field of museum video for the past three years and has pioneered award winning web sites and applications that leverage this video content. But, the process of choosing where and how to distribute these videos was difficult. After a series of attempts, trends and characteristics of these different options began to emerge. IMA staff members will discuss their experiences with video deployment strategies including reasons why museums may choose one platform over another. We will illustrate some of these reasons using statistics and analysis of IMA’s own content on sites like YouTube and iTunes-U. We’ll also compare these statistics with the IMA’s use of video in custom exhibition web sites and in a newly released High-Definition Video channel called ArtBabble.

Whether you’re new to video or an old pro, attendees will take away a knowledge and understanding of the issues surrounding video content delivery. Museums will be better equipped to make smart choices regarding which platforms to pursue based on their own institutions goals and ambitions.

[1] Madden, M. (2008). Online videos go mainstream. Retrieved Sep. 24, 2008, from http://pewresearch.org/pubs/552/online-videos-go-mainstream

[2] Rainie, L. (2008). Online video audience surges. Retrieved Sep. 24, 2008, from http://pewresearch.org/pubs/682/online-video-audience-surges

[3] comScore.. (n.d.). YouTube draws 5 billion U.S. online video views in July 2008. Retrieved Sep. 24, 2008, from http://www.comscore.com/press/release.asp?press=2444

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R. Stein and D. Incandela, Seeking Balance in the Online Video Landscape

  1. SEEKING BALANCE In The Online Video Landscape Robert Stein, Daniel Incandela Indianapolis Museum of Art
  2. Video has become a part of our culture
  3. -ComScore 145M U.S. Internet users watched an average of 90 videos in Feb 2009
  4. The average American spends 6 hours a day watching video, up from 4.6 hours in 1996 . -ComScore
  5. Hulu.com Reaches One-Quarter of Total Internet Viewer Population -ComScore
  6. Search Engine Popularity 2,709 YouTube 1,015 MSN 2,804 Yahoo! 8,541 Google Search Queries (M) Search Provider
  7. MUSEUMS HAVE NOT BEEN LEFT OUT IN THE COLD
  8. MUSEUMS USE VIDEO A LOT
  9.  
  10. A COMPREHENSIVE LIST OF ALL MUSEUMS ON YOUTUBE
  11. I GOT BORED
  12.  
  13.  
  14.  
  15.  
  16. IMA’s history with videos
  17. Repurposing Videos
  18. Developing Classroom Tools
  19. In-gallery Pieces
  20. The First Marketing Video
  21.  
  22. Freedom to Publish
  23. Unexpected Success
  24. Unexpected Non-success
  25. Embed
  26. ADAPT AND LEARN FROM EXPERIENCES
  27. APPLE MARKETING BONUS STATS
  28. Web Surveys
  29. Web Survey - Gender
  30. Web Survey - Age
  31. Web Survey - Income
  32. Web Survey - Race
  33. Getting a Feel for Demographics
  34.  
  35.  
  36.  
  37.  
  38. But not always accurate
  39.  
  40.  
  41.  
  42. YouTube Insights
  43.  
  44.  
  45.  
  46.  
  47.  
  48.  
  49. iTunes-U
  50. Diversity of Content
  51. Longer Format Videos
  52. Grouping of Content
  53. APPLE MARKETING BONUS APPLE MARKETING BONUS
  54. APPLE MARKETING BONUS STATS
  55. ITunes Stats
  56.  
  57. iTunesU 12/08 - 4/09
  58. iTunesU 12/08 - 4/09
  59. 4 Willis 'Bing' Davis: On the Shoulders of Ancestors Count 9 Sebastiano Mainardi: The Science of Art Count 18 On the Road Again with Jack Kerouac Count 20 Maria Magdalena Campos-Pons Count 21 Off the Wall: Adrian Schiess Count 24 European Design Since 1985: Shaping the New Century Count 27 Textile and Fashion Arts Count 31 African Art Count 36 Asian Art Count 49 European Art Count 66 About IMA Count 72 Star Studio Count 76 Raw and Uncut Count 96 Gardens and Grounds Count 103 American Art Count 111 IMA Events Count 126 To Live Forever Count 148 Power and Glory: Court Arts of China's Ming Dynasty Count 198 Roman Art from the Louvre Count 270 Perspectives In Sound Count 298 Contemporary Art Count
  60. ArtBabble
  61.  
  62. SERIES
  63. CHANNELS
  64. ARTISTS
  65.  
  66. Notes
  67.  
  68.  
  69. APPLE MARKETING BONUS STATS
  70. Google Analytics
  71. Event Tracking
  72. Users & Comments
  73. Back-End Processing
  74. Multiple Streaming Servers
  75. Social Media Marketing And more…
  76. SEO
  77.  
  78.  
  79.  
  80. What’s not on ArtBabble?
  81. Questions? [email_address] [email_address] [email_address]

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