Natural Selection Hits Video SitesNov 28th, 2007 | By James Lewin | Category: Internet TV, Streaming Video, Video
It looks like natural selection is starting to weed through the dozens of video sites that have sprouted up in the last few years.Yesterday, we reported that video startup Brightcove was shuttering its user-generated video offerings to focus on video publishing services for corporate clients.
Now Compete has released its stats on the Top 10 Video Competitors for October and it looks like people’s attention is moving to the video sites owned by major search engines. MSN & Google/YouTube’s video traffic grew, while viewing at sites like MySpace, Heavy.com and veoh.com plummeted.
Here are the details….