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Year-over-Year Online Video Viewership Falls


Year-over-year US online video viewership fell 0.2% to 133.5 million unique viewers in April 2010, according to VideoCensus data from The Nielsen Company.

On a month-over-month basis, the number of unique US online video viewers rose 1.3%. Total video streams, about 9.4 billion, fell 9.2% year-over-year…

Complete Belief in Financial Institutions Low


Very few Americans find statements by financial institutions completely believable, according to a recent Harris Poll.

Accounting Firms Generate Most Belief
Accounting firms generated the highest percentage of Americans who find statements by their spokespeople completely believable, which was only 5%. A mere 2% of Americans find…

Fewer People to Spend More on Grad Gifts


Fewer people will buy graduation gifts this year than last, but average gift spending per person will rise, according to a new survey from the National Retail Federation (NRF) and BIGresearch.

Overall Spending to Remain Flat
Total spending on graduation gifts is expected to remain flat at…

US Web Usage Falls Back


Possibly due to improving spring weather, Americans generally engaged with the internet less in April 2010 than they did in March 2010, according to data from The Nielsen Company.

Americans Use Web Less
The average number of internet sessions per person dropped 1.8%, from 57 to 56,… 

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