Updated for August 2017. Here are the most interesting Google Play statistics I’ve been able to dig up including number of users and more.
Updated for October 2017. Here are the most interesting Roku statistics I was able to dig up including number of subscribers and more!
Updated for March 2017. Here are the most interesting DISH statistics I was able to dig up including number of subscribers, Sling TV & more
Updated for November 2017. Here is a comprehensive list of all of the Vimeo statistics and facts that you need to know.
Updated for April 2017. Here are some of the most interesting Google Chromecast statistics I have been able to dig up.
Love ’em or hate ’em, millions of Americans depend on Comcast every day to power their connected world. While Comcast can lay claim to some of the most notable customer service snafus in recent history, they continue to be a powerhouse in the digital, communications and entertainment worlds with some amazing subscriber numbers.
This post is probably long overdue, but better now than never, so I recently sat down to gather some stats. Here are the more interesting Comcast statistics I was able to dig up.
Twitch has only been around for about four years, but they certainly have done a great job building a gigantic, loyal audience, while staying somewhat under the radar of the mainstream tech media. They didn’t, however, sty off the radar of some of the industry heavyweights, as Amazon won a bidding battle last year and purchased Twitch for almost $1 billion.
So what did Amazon get for all those $$$? The numbers are pretty amazing for a “niche” platform. Apparently, there are a lot of people interested in live streaming video games. Here are some of the more interesting Twitch stats I was able to dig up…
Remember when MTV used to show music videos? It’s been years since we’ve had an all-music video channel on basic cable, but thankfully digital has picked up and kept videos alive. A little over 5 years ago, Vevo set out to keep videos alive by creating a video entertainment platform that offered videos and music-related on-demand programming spanning mobile apps, Vevo.com and a number of Syndication partners, most notably, YouTube.