More than Half of the Viewers on Yahoo Sites are 45 Years or Older
Tokyo, Japan, June 10, 2015 – Comscore, Inc. (NASDAQ: SCOR), a global leader in digital media analytics, today released Japan data from the Comscore Video Metrix® service, showing that Google Sites, Yahoo Sites and Kadokawa Dwango Corporation ranked as the top 3 online video properties in April 2015. In terms of demographic composition, 55.3 percent of the viewers on Yahoo Sites were age 45+ users. In contrast, the majority of Kadokawa Dwango Corporation’s unique viewers were younger with 53.4 percent of the users between 15 to 34 years of age.
Top 10 Online Video Properties in JapanIn Japan, Google Sites, driven primarily by video viewing on YOUTUBE.COM, ranked as the top online video property in April 2015 with 51 million unique viewers. Yahoo Sites (including GYAO!) ranked second with 20.5 million viewers, followed by Kadokawa Dwango Corporation (including Nico Nico Douga) with 17.7 million viewers.
Demographic Composition of Top 3 Online Video PropertiesGoogle Sites showed similar demographic composition with the Total Internet. Yahoo Sites had 55.3 percent of viewers age 45+, while Kadokawa Dwango Corporation showed 53.4 percent of its video audience in the 15 to 34 year old demographic.
In terms of videos per viewer, Google Sites and Kadokawa Dwango Corporation male users tend to watch more videos compared to female users. In contrast to Google Sites and Kadokawa Dwango Corporation, Yahoo Sites’ female users watched more videos.
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