YouTube hits 20 billion views in October

YouTube has passed 20 billion video views in a single month.

By - November 30, 2011 Share on LinkedIn
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According to the latest statistics released by ComScore, YouTube has achieved more than 20 billion views in a single month for the first time.

This represents 49.1 percent of all online videos watched in the U.S.

U.S. internet video viewers watched 42.6 billion videos during October, 20.9 billion of which were on YouTube. ComScore also credits YouTube/Google with an audience of just under 161 million unique viewers – nearly triple the amount of Facebook, which had 60 million unique viewers.

Google/YouTube also had the highest minutes of video watched per users in a month, with each viewer watching just over 7 hours of video in October.

By contrast, each Facebook viewer watched only 18.4 minutes of video during the month.

Read the full story at: ComScore.

ComScore October video research results

ComScore October video research results

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