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10 Stats That Will Change the Way You Look at Video in 2013

January 2, 2013
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Online audiences chose to watch video ads at a rate of more than 150 per second in 2012. With billions of video views at stake for brands, and with industry domination going to the most innovative players, the competition for these views is the fiercest it's ever been. The winners see significant gains in video viewership while the losers get lost in the mix. There are industry trends that can help both groups expand on their success and rebuild from defeat. To this end, we've uncovered some of the most significant online video stats from the year...

 

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