May 02, 2008 08:00 ET Launches Monthly Online Video Report

The Internet's Largest Online Video Guide Reveals April's Top Destinations and Searches

BEVERLY HILLS, CA--(Marketwire - May 2, 2008) -, the Internet's most comprehensive guide to online video sites, including TV shows, movies, user-generated content and video games, today issued its April online video alert, identifying the most popular movie and television destinations, video genres and search terms. The results are as follows:

Most-trafficked outlets:

1.  Movies on Demand
2.  Diflix
4.  Project Free TV
5.  TV Shack

Most popular categories:

1.  Movies / TV
2.  Anime
3.  Video games
4.  Asian
5.  General / Viral Video

Top searches (most of which occur daily between 3:00 - 5:00pm ET):

1.  21: The Movie
2.  Street Kings
3.  Superhero Movie
4.  South Park
5.  Family Guy

"As the Internet's most comprehensive guide to online video, consumers look to us to direct them to the highest-quality, most-relevant destinations that satisfy their viewing needs," said Chad Cooper, editorial content and marketing manger at "We've launched our monthly alert to serve as a reliable resource and keep individuals abreast of what's hot in the world of online video, and look forward to reporting what's happening online with each new month." received more than 16 million visits this month, with 5.8 million unique visitors. It also added more than 100 new online video destinations to its database. Other interesting factoids for the month of April include:

--  Web surfers who follow politics turned to The Daily Show's Web site
    most often for their daily election news video coverage. Other popular
    destinations include CNN, HBO Real Time with Bill Maher, MSNBC and 23/6.
--  Baseball season is in now in full swing. visitors tuned
    into YouTube Sports for the latest and greatest sports-related videos.
    Other top outlets include, SkySports, ESPN and ChannelChooser.
--  YouTube topped the General / Viral Video category, but following close
    behind are Blinkx, Webcastr, StupidVideos and ToxicJunction.


Founded in 2006, is the Internet's most comprehensive guide to online video sites including TV shows, movies, user-generated content and video games. Headquartered in Los Angeles, the privately-held company delivers an innovative, user-friendly way to search and browse relevant, high-quality video content on the Web. currently indexes more than 1,600 online destinations, offering both short- and long-form video integrated into an intuitive and categorized directory. The site offers a very relevant, powerful search engine, receiving more than 10 million visitors, 60 million page views and more than 9 million searches per month.'s team of experienced editors review all video sites prior to listing them, ensuring all content listed is valuable and categorized appropriately.

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