Facebook Exceeds Yahoo In comScore Online Video Rankings, Narrows Google’s Lead

Facebook Exceeds Yahoo In comScore Online Video Rankings, Narrows Google’s Lead

New report from comScore revealed that Google’s Sites maintained its dominance as the top video destination last month. But Facebook has exceeded Yahoo to land at the number two spot of most visited site in the comScore Online Video Content Ranking.

According to a report from research firm comScore, Facebook, the largest social networking site with roughly 550 million users, had 58.6 million web users used Facebook to view online videos in August with 243 million sessions, surpassing Yahoo with a slight lead with 53.9 million viewers.

Google’s numerous sites garnered 146.3 million viewers over the course of the month and had a staggering 1.9 billion overall viewing sessions. On average, people spent at least four and a half hours viewing Internet videos on sites like YouTube.

Vevo, an online music site which is supported by both Universal Music Group and Google’s YouTube, secured to fourth spot, it served 45.5 million viewers.

comScore report also suggested that roughly 178 million Americans used the web to stream online video content and each spends at least 14.3 hours on an average per month.

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