Bell Media ranks #2 in Canada for videos viewed, behind only Google

With the release of industry-standard comScore numbers, Bell Media is firmly established as a Canadian online video giant. Bell Media is the only Canadian company in the top five highest-ranked companies by videos viewed, and outranks every other Canadian media company according to comScore’s April 2011 Ranking. Second only to Google, Bell Media ranks #2 in Canada for videos viewed, and #3 time spent watching video online.

"Ranking up amongst the biggest online entities is a testament to the strength of Bell Media to compete not only as the #1 broadcaster in Canada, but as a powerful contender in the digital video marketplace," said Gary Anderson, Head of Bell Media Digital. "This is very good news for our advertisers, and sets the watermark for media companies in Canada."

Top Video Properties by videos viewed, April 2011

1. Google Sites
2. Bell Media
3. Microsoft Sites

9. Shaw
16. CBC
51. Rogers

Last month, video views to Bell Media sites totaled almost 120 million, with more than 8.8 million hours of video consumed.

*Source: comScore Video Metrix, April 2011, Bell Media and CTVglobemedia combined.

 [June 1, 2011]

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