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Average American Watches 33 Minutes Of Mobile Video Each Day

While it’s no surprise mobile owners are accessing video on their phones, it is news when many of them are willing to sit through supposedly off-putting video ads. Yet that’s what video advertising company Vdopia found in its recent reports on how mobile users use mobile to watch entertainment and make purchases in 2014

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Americans Spend 33 Minutes a Day Watching Video on Smartphones

Not only do Americans spend 33 minutes per day watching videos on their mobile devices, but they are willing to sit through video ads of between 15-30 seconds in return for free TV or movie content. In the UK, 32% of adults in the UK use their Smartphones every month to make a purchase, and 53% of adults are on their mobile devices while watching their TV screens.

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Americans Spend 33 Minutes a Day Watching Video on Smartphones
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Duration of Mobile Video Impacts CTR and Completion Rate Differently

How does the duration of the mobile video ad impact metrics like completion rates and click through rates? Does a longer ad mean more drop off and less clicks or is there some plot twist in the story?

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Skippable Mobile Video Ad Completion Rates Low, CTR Near Non-skippable

The Mobile Marketing Association has put out its first report on mobile video benchmarks. As a first go round it's not bad and offers some interesting insights, while lacking some more specific information. Still, it does a decent enough job of looking at CTR and completion rates for skippable and non-skippable mobile video ads in three major formats, linear video, interstitial and value exchange (incentivized)

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Video for Business: 5 Enterprise Strategies Taken From the TV Playbook

The next two years will radically up-end the notion that it’s too costly for small businesses to make valuable videos. The ROI on enterprise video – which can’t yet be easily measured - but, when done right, is obviously positive - will skyrocket. But what lessons can be learnt from those in TV that have gone before?

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One Quarter of U.S. Adults Watch Video on Smartphones Weekly [Report]

Experian broke out mobile video viewing in their latest report along with some info on what ages are watching, when they watch, where they watch (as in site and app) and whether or not they feel video ads on smartphone or tablet are useful. Want to put a wager on which demographic thought them most useful and which said least

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Long Form Content Mobile Viewing Growth Continues, Who's Watching?

Ooyala's Q4 2013 Video Index gave us some insight into the viewing time for long form content across devices and it is definitely growing.

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Long Form Content Mobile Viewing Growth Continues, Who's Watching?
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Comedy Central Is Not Fooling Around With Launch Of New Streaming App

Comedy Central has launched an app that will allow viewers to watch full episodes of some of their favorite shows like The Colbert Report, South Park, and The Daily Show, on their Apple devices for free the very next day. Cable subscribers will get access to even more content.

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Comedy Central Is Not Fooling Around With Launch Of New Streaming App
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Twitter Makes Mobile Video Ad Viewing Even Easier with One-Click Play

Twitter is rolling out a new one-click video playback feature on its mobile feed for Android and iOS users. It believes that giving users a chance to click straight through to video content will increase CTR for brands and marketers

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Vimeo Buys Start-up 'Shoot 'n Edit' iPhone App 'Cameo'

Vimeo is moving into the mobile video app market space with its acquisition of Cameo, a 'shoot and edit' app for the iPhone.

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Vimeo Buys Start-up 'Shoot 'n Edit' iPhone App 'Cameo'
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