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Facebook Watch: 400m monthly viewers |
Fidji Simo, Head of Video at Facebook, has revealed that three months since its global launch, there are already more than 400 million people monthly and 75 million people daily who spend at least one minute on Facebook Watch.

In a Blog Post looking back on 2018 and looking ahead to 2019, Simo described 2018 as “a big year” for Facebook Watch. “Watch launched to every country around the world, the platform opened to videos from all Pages, and we debuted dozens of Facebook Originals,” he said, adding that Watch also screened live LaLiga football matches in the Indian subcontinent.


According to Simo, on average, these 75 million daily visitors spend more than 20 minutes in Watch. “We’re seeing that people are regularly coming back to catch up on the videos they care about and watching for longer periods of time. In this post, we’re sharing more details on our video strategy and a range of new updates for Watch,” he revealed.
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14 minutes ago by dancall
Research: Demand for Netflix originals to overtake licensed titles |
New research by Parrot Analytics and Kagan, a media research group within S&P Global Market Intelligence, shows support for one of Netflix’s most important strategic goals: To have 50 per cent of its content be comprised of Netflix originals. According to the report, which leverages Parrot Analytics’ globally standardised Demand Expressions metric, demand for Netflix Originals is estimated to overtake the share of demand for licensed titles by October 2019.

The analyst companies joined forces to produce a comprehensive report on demand for television content across streaming subscription video-on-demand (SVoD) platforms in the United States. Overall, the report found demand for content on all major SVoD platforms, including Netflix, Hulu, HBO Now, Showtime, and Starz, has increased over the past year.
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15 minutes ago by dancall
Inspectlet - Session Recording, Website Heatmaps, Javascript A/B Testing, Error Logging, Form Analytics
code that allows you to see user movement, clicks, behaviour. Free service would be good enough to see basic data for Tria I reckon
tracking  analytics  ux  user  behaviour  clicks  clicking  mouse  stats  data  inspect  view 
18 minutes ago by piperh
The annual PornHub year in review tells us what we’re really looking at online | TechCrunch
Just as ‘1080p’ searches had been a defining term in 2017, now ‘4k’ ultra-hd has seen a significant increase in popularity through-out 2018. The popularity of ‘Romantic’ videos more than doubled, and remained twice as popular with female visitors when compared to men.

Searches referring to the dating app ‘Tinder’ grew by 161% among women, 113% among men and 131% by visitors aged 35 to 44. It was also a top trending term in many countries including the United Kingdom and Australia. The number of Tinder themed fantasy date videos on the site is now more than 3500.

Life imitates art, and eventually porn imitates everything, so perhaps it’s no surprise to see that ‘Bowsette’ also made our list of searches that defined 2018. After the original Nintendo fan-art went viral, searches for Bowsette exceeded 3 million in just one week and resulted in the release of a live-action Bowsette themed porn parody (NSFW) with more than 720,000 views.
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29 minutes ago by dancall
What China searched for in 2018: World Cup, trade war, Apple | TechCrunch
World Cup: China shares its top search with the rest of the world. Despite China’s lackluster performance in the tournament, World Cup managed to capture a massive Chinese fan base who supported an array of foreign teams. People filled bars in big cities at night to watch the heart-thumping matches, and many even trekked north to Russia to show their support.
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31 minutes ago by dancall
52 things I learned in 2018 – Fluxx Studio Notes – Medium
A great compendium of weird stats and facts from 2018
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23 hours ago by dancall
Number of Book Buying Households in Germany Declines as eBook Buyers Grows Rapidly | The Digital Reader
According to the press release, 1.6 million households bought ebooks in 2017, an increase of almost 50% from the 1.1 million households that bought ebooks in 2014. With number of book-buying households declining to 20.2 million households in 2017 from 23.4 million households in 2007, the new stats on ebook buyers represent both an increase in buyers and a greater share of book-buying households who had adopted ebooks.
It's not clear how this jives with GfK data from February which showed that 3.5 million Germans bought 29.1 million ebooks in 2017, a slight increase from the 3.8 million Germans bought 28 million ebooks in 2017.
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yesterday by sentinelle
BA Releases Craft Beer in 2018 Headlines (Infographic)
There’s no question 2018 was the year of the so-called “Haze Craze.” Juicy or Hazy Ales debuted in the BA’s Beer Competition Style Guidelines in March as “Juicy or Hazy Pale Ale,” “Juicy or Hazy IPA” and “Juicy or Hazy Double IPA.” The categories encompass what many breweries and beer geeks refer to as New England IPAs.

The surge in popularity was nowhere more apparent than at the 2018 Great American Beer Festival, which was the first national competition to include the new styles. The most-entered category was Juicy or Hazy India Pale Ale, with 391 entries, knocking American-style IPA out of the spot of most-entered category for the first time in more than a decade. Chicago’s Alarmist Brewing took home gold for its Le Jus.

In late October 2018, the number of operating U.S. breweries surpassed a new milestone, breaking the 7,000 mark. The BA says it’s still crunching numbers, but as many as 1,000 new breweries opened in 2018 — another highlight on the organization’s list.
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yesterday by dancall

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