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Hulu viewers dropping by 45% according to ComScore

Posted in Hulu by Conner Flynn on July 28th, 2010

It appears that Hulu has some tough times ahead. The popular video streaming site used to be the number 2 video site behind YouTube, but not anymore. It is not as popular as we thought according to the Los Angeles Times.

According to the report, the numbers of viewers over at Hulu has plunged 45 percent and dropped to 24 million in June. But is it really that bad? It should be noted that this is following an overhaul of “ComScore’s methodology”, now ranking it at No. 10 among video websites.

Hulu streams 856 million video views in October

Posted in Home Theater by Shane McGlaun on November 27th, 2009

hulu-sbLots of TV fans catch up on their shows and watch them exclusively on their computers via Hulu. Hulu is one of the largest video sites online and has shows that are new and those that have been off the air for years for users to enjoy.

ComScore has released its numbers for video streaming sites for October of this year. ComScore reports that Hulu has delivered a record 856 million video views in the US for the month. Overall, 167 million internet users in America watched a video online during the month.

comScore unveils search engine rankings for April 2009

Posted in comScore by Shane McGlaun on May 19th, 2009

comscore-logo-sbIt has been years since I have willingly used any search engine other than Google. The only time I search using anything else is when I sit at my wife’s computer with MSN as the home page and the page forces my search query into the MSN search box. Nothing like padding your search numbers huh Microsoft.

Metrics firm comScore announced the search engine rankings for April 2009 this week. As you expect the top search engine was Google with 64.2% of all searches for the month, up from 63.7% the month before. Yahoo, despite all its financial woes, was number two on the chart with 20.4% of the search market, down slightly from 20.5% the previous month.

Hulu breaks into top 3 for video sites

Posted in Hulu by Shane McGlaun on April 29th, 2009

hulu-sbI am a big Hulu fan; I often use the site to watch old TV shows like A-Team and Airwolf with my kids. Typically, the old shows I loved so much as a kid are not as cool now as they were then, I wish they would remake A-Team as a series like they did Battlestar Galactica.

ComScore has announced the rankings for video sites for March and for the first time Hulu has climbed into the top three video sites. Hulu viewers watched 380 million videos on the site during March, which sounds like a lot until you see how many videos were watched on YouTube.

YouTube viewers top 200 million for first time

Posted in YouTube by Shane McGlaun on March 5th, 2009

YouTubeIf you ever wondered what most Internet users do while they are on the internet, the answer is watch video according to new research released today. That’s really no surprise considering that many TV networks now offer streaming programs and sites like YouTube are so popular.

According to ComScore, YouTube has reached over 200 million viewers for the first time ever. The data shows that 76.8% of all US internet users viewed videos online in January. On YouTube alone viewers watched 6.3 billion videos for an average of 62.6 videos per user.