Google owns YouTube, by the way. But the report says even separated, YouTube would be the second largest search engine.
Read the report and TechCrunch’s analysis of the report here.
Video search on YouTube accounts for a quarter of all Google search queries in the U.S., according to the latest search engine numbers from comScore. Its monthly qSearch report, which was released on Thursday night, breaks out the number of searches conducted on YouTube. If it were a standalone site, YouTube would be the second largest search engine after Google. More searches are done through YouTube than through Yahoo, which has been the case for the past few months.
Angi Bruss interviewed Santa Claus at Penn Square Mall on Friday afternoon. Santa answered questions for The Oklahoman’s Sunday Conversation.
And she led off with the obvious: have kids been naughty or nice. For some reason I expected an automatic “Nice, or course” from Kris Kringle. He didn’t sound so convinced.
Monday starts early with a visit from Oklahoma Lt. Gov. Jari Askins. We have an upcoming series with notable Oklahoma public figures about what they are thankful for. Askins will tape her segment at 8 am on Monday.
Wayne Coyne returns later Monday morning.
The Flaming Lips’ front man will be promoting their New Year’s Eve bash at the Cox Center: The Flaming Lips’ New Year’s Eve Freakout 2008/2009.
I believe Coyne will tape a commercial and a Wimgo Project. Possibly more. He may not have time.
Whatever we get, it will be fun. It always is with Coyne.