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Bloomberg Media remains No. 1 in video

August 8, 2016

Posted by Chris Roush

Bloomberg Media logo 2016Bloomberg Media maintained the No. 1 spot in global business video, according to the June 2016 comScore Video Metrix business and finance category report.

Unique viewers increased 26 percent month-over-month and 41 percent year-over-year to 23.3 million worldwide.

Dow Jones, which includes The Wall Street Journal and MarketWatch.com, was No. 2, while CNBC was No. 3.

In the United Kingdom, unique viewers grew 72.5 percent month-over-month, with viewers spending an average of 34 minutes watching content, the longest time in its category.

On June 24, day Brexit vote results rolled in, Bloomberg generated its best video viewership of the year.

“Business and financial professionals are increasingly turning to Bloomberg for smart and differentiated analysis of today’s news and events that impact the global economy,” said M. Scott Havens, Bloomberg Media’s global head of digital, in a statement. “The investments we are making in our digital video platform, our talented team, and a unique and deliberate multi-platform approach, underscore our belief in the importance of this channel to our viewers and our marketing partners.”

On Sunday, June 26, the Live TV audience on Bloomberg.com was more than double the average viewership.

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