Consumers watched 13.2 billion online video ads last month, reaching an all-time high, according to a new report by comScore.
Data from the comScore Video Metrix also showed that over 180 million Americans watched almost 40 billion online content videos in April.
Google Sites came in as the number one online video content property, primarily driven by video consumption on YouTube, with 154.6 million unique viewers in April. Google was followed by Facebook with 62.7 million, VEVO with 52.9 million, NDN with 45.3 million, and Yahoo Sites with 45.1 million.
Consumers watched 5.1 billion minutes of video ads in April and video ads reached 53 percent of the total U.S. population an average of 82 times during the month. ComScore reported that 2.4 billion video ads were seen on the Google Sites platform. The BrightRoll platform came in second with 2.2 billion. LiveRail, Adap.tv, and Hulu rounded out the top five, with Hulu delivering the highest frequency of video ads to its viewers with an average of 63.
Google Sites also garnered the highest frequency of ad views for the month. Consumers saw an average of 23 ads in April. BrightRoll platform came in second with 14 ad views.
Video music channel VEVO held the top position in the ranking of unique video viewers with 51.7 million viewers. Fullscreen came in second with 37.4 million viewers, followed by Maker Studios Inc. with 33.8 million, Warner Music with 32.2 million, and ZEFR with 28.1 million.
According to comScore’s study, 84.7 percent of the U.S. population saw an online video in April. The average length of an online video was reported to be 5.6 minutes long, while the average length of an online video ad was found to be 0.4 minutes. Video ads accounted for 25.5 percent of all videos viewed and 2.3 percent of all minutes spent viewing video online.
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