By MATT STEWARTSourceFinancial Post| April 18, 2020 10:18:21Forbes contributor Matt Stewart says the US is set to overtake China as the world’s most focused corporate video destination in 2019.
The country is expected to overtake the United Kingdom and Germany to become the world leader in video content and digital video production, the company said in a report this week.
As a result, the US will become the most focused and focused-to-watch corporate video production destination in the world, according to the company.
Stewart’s company, Inside the Company, is the first to take a look at the data.
The company says in its report that the US has the most video content on YouTube, Facebook and Snapchat, with the rest of the world having a combined 565 million subscribers.
The US, Canada, Australia, France, Japan, Italy, Spain, and Germany all had more video subscribers than the US in 2019, according the report.
But it also points out that the most popular content in the US was still about health care, technology, and finance.
The data from Inside the Companies shows that the UK has the largest market share for video content, with more than 25 million subscribers, followed by the US, which has the second largest market and nearly 30 million subscribers for its content.
While there is a significant increase in subscribers in the United States, the UK, France and Germany, there are significant declines in the UK and the US.
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Here’s what Stewart’s company found in its research:The US has a significant market share of video content.
This is because the US produces almost twice as many videos than the rest.
The US also has a sizable market share in video ads, with nearly half of the videos they advertise being video ads.
Video ad spending, however, has grown rapidly in the past few years, with Google alone reporting an increase of nearly 5,000% in video ad spending in the last three years.
Video advertising spending, as a share of total ad spending on YouTube has also increased rapidly.
The report found that video advertising accounted for about 10% of YouTube ad spending last year, and will reach 14% in 2019 and 16% in 2020.
In fact, the growth in ad spending has accelerated significantly in recent years.
According to the report, video advertising is projected to grow by more than 300% over the next three years, from $11 billion in 2019 to $22.6 billion in 2020, as the US government and its contractors continue to spend billions of dollars in video advertising on government-funded initiatives.
In 2018, the National Institutes of Health announced it would spend more than $50 billion over five years to fund videos that help combat obesity.