By Kathleen Moore. More online Americans are using video-sharing sites—and they are doing so more frequently. A demographic portrait of these site users is in the table below.
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The most downloaded app on the App Store for the last year makes almost no money, is barely understood by anyone over 25, and has already faced investigations, fines and bans on three continents. At its core, TikTok is a video-sharing app. Users film themselves in second clips, typically set to music, and upload them to be viewed by followers and strangers alike.
State of the Media. More than six in ten U. This is roughly the same percentage of Americans who now get news from Facebook or watch cable news channels regularly.
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According to June research, more than half of US young adults watch mobile video on the video-sharing site—and just as many view mobile video content on Facebook. Native advertising software provider Sharethrough polled US internet users ages 18 to 20, who were asked questions after being shown an autoplay in-feed native video ad. Video habits are steadily moving to mobile.
Milovan Savic does not work for, consult, own shares in or receive funding from any company or organisation that would benefit from this article, and has disclosed no relevant affiliations beyond their academic appointment. TikTok is one of the fastest growing social media platforms on the planet, with more than million active users. Only YouTube, Facebook and Instagram boast more.
While there is no difference in online video watching by gender, there are several significant demographic differences in rates of video sharing site usage. Discrepancies according to urban, suburban or rural dwelling are minimal. Another notable trend is that non-white adult internet users have higher rates of video-sharing site use than their white counterparts, a consistent Pew finding since
It would be foolhardy to believe that video-sharing sites for YouTube is more popular with teenagers looking for music videos and nonsense. A new study reveals that at least 71 percent of adults are actively using these portals as well. Pew Research published a new survey on Tuesday, with the finding that far more than half of adults over the age of 18 are using video-sharing sites like Vimeo and YouTube. As seen in the graph below, today's overall estimate for adult Internet users is five percent higher than results from and 38 percent more than in