Yahoo!-ABC News Network Number One Source of News and Information Online for 14 Consecutive Months

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April 15th, 2013

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via press release:

YAHOO!-ABC NEWS NETWORK LEADS IN 2013

No. 1 Source of News and Information Online for 14 Consecutive Months

2.5 Billion Page Views, 188 Million Video Streams in March

 

Mobile Traffic Doubled Year Over Year

 

 

In March 2013, the Yahoo!-ABC News Network maintained its position as the No. 1 source of news and information online. For the 14th consecutive month, ABC News and Yahoo! News placed ahead of CNN, Huffington Post Media Group, NBC News Digital and CBS News, leading the competition by millions of page views, unique users, video views and total minutes.

 

The Yahoo!-ABC News Network continues to lead with 2.5 billion page views, leading:

 

  • CNN Network by 20% (2.1 billion)
  • HPMG News by 65% (1.5 billion)
  • Fox News Digital Network by156% (973 million)
  • NBC News Digital by 193% (849 million)
  • CBS News by 193% (849 million)
  • New York Times Digital by 268% (675 million)

 

In March 88.6 million unique visitors turned to the Yahoo!-ABC News Network, leading:

 

  • CNN Network by 24% (72 million)
  • HPMG News by 42% (62 million)
  • NBC News Digital by 96% (45 million)
  • CBS News by 109% (42 million)
  • New York Times Digital by 151% (35 million)
  • Fox News Digital Network by 166% (33 million)

 

Video

ABC News and Yahoo! News continue to engage and inspire users by delivering a wide range of original video content to news consumers. Last month ABC News and Yahoo! News streamed live coverage of several news events, including the pageantry of Benedict XVI’s final days and the historic election of Argentine-born Pope Francis. In March the five co-produced video series -- Power Players, Katie’s Take, Around the World, This Could Be Big and Newsmakers -- featured a variety of original, unique stories from top newsmakers across the globe. Exclusive ABC News interviews with President Obama with George Stephanopoulos, Secretary of State John Kerry with Martha Raddatz, Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano with Jim Avila and Attorney General Eric Holder with Pierre Thomas were also available to a growing online network of millions of users. These exclusive on-demand video clips were also featured on ABCNews.com and across Yahoo!

 
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