CNET Japan reports (in Japanese) YouTube viewers reached 4,100,000 /month, overtaking Gyao, which is at 3,800,000/month. Gyao, as I wrote before, obviously imprisoned to the directory type user interface, one-way streaming video on demand from the top/center and misses out on the power of communities.
If “broadcast as video” is the new direction the ad agency-TV industry will pursue as Jeff Jarvis notes in the comment section of a vc’s post “Umair, Jarvis, Disney, and Me“, Gyao.jp of Japan is probably more or less in…
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, fred wilson
, Hiroshi Kume