- YouTube announced this week that it now serves more than 100 million video streams a day. There were 2.5 billion (with a "B") videos watched on YouTube last month and 65,000 videos are now uploaded to YouTube every day.
- The Associated Press reported that the big four TV networks have experienced plummeting ratings. In fact, they recently experienced "their least-watched week in recorded history."
CBS, ABC, NBC and Fox averaged 20.8 million viewers during the average prime-time minute last week, according to Nielsen Media Research. That sunk below the previous record, set during the last week of July in 2005.
*Yes, I am aware that today's edition of YouTube Tuesday is from VH1, directly contradicting this statement. Meh, what can ya gonna do?
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