Media Usage Statistics

Statistics for websites using Media technologies

YouTube
Tube Mogul
TidalTV
JW Player
Vimeo
MediaElement.js
VideoJS
Brightcove
Flowplayer
Wistia

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Name 10k 100k Million Entire Web
YouTube 1,747 13,304 228,823 3,445,913
Tube Mogul 925 3,729 8,972 480
TidalTV 810 3,285 7,120 11
JW Player 538 3,047 21,717 260,115
VideoJS 424 2,000 10,616 173,681
Brightcove 358 1,544 8,127 30,614
Vimeo 349 2,830 40,916 675,662
MediaElement.js 328 2,280 22,244 789,685
Flowplayer 172 1,448 14,220 262,358
Wistia 165 796 4,241 56,450
jPlayer 93 763 9,509 435,300
SoundCloud 75 421 5,893 169,838
Ooyala 72 373 1,629 21,298
Kaltura 71 290 1,114 4,804
Tremor Video 54 151 308 103
thePlatform 48 133 638 1,124
FLV Player 40 169 2,636 46,524
Thomson Reuters Multimedia Center 26 94 486 715
Clip Syndicate 25 86 369 1,000
AOL On 24 46 294 1,049

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Media includes any element of a site that has an audio/visual theme. Although video media has been available on the internet for a while (typically via Windows Media Player and RealPlayer), embedded media was not as popular until the creation of YouTube.com in 2005. Since the creation on YouTube and the ever increasing availability of fast broadband, online media has become a mainstream internet medium.

YouTube embeddable video remains one of the most popular ways to add audio and video media to a website. Most videos viewable on youtube.com are also embeddable on websites.