With its ubiquity, YouTube has made its audience rich and famous, but with the site’s popularity comes a host of problems for its creators.
While some creators have struggled to get their videos to the top of the charts, others have been left with nowhere to go.
In the meantime, some have turned to other sources for their hits.
In a new study by analytics company eMarketer, the website of the National Basketball Association (NBA) has ranked #3 in terms of number of views per million unique viewers (VOD) among all the sites on the site.
In terms of total views, the NBA ranks #6, with 2.8 million users.
The data was taken from the NBA’s YouTube video library, which is comprised of nearly 500 million videos.
This is the largest collection of NBA videos on the internet, but the study does not include video from other sports or non-NBA games, which means the NBA has no statistics for non-basketball-related video.
According to the study, the average NBA viewer is watching 3.2 hours per day.
This includes viewing the entire NBA season, all 82 regular season games, the playoffs and the NBA Finals.
The study also found that NBA fans watch at least 2 hours per week on average.
On top of this, the study found that fans of the NBA are more likely to subscribe to the site, meaning that they are more engaged in the game.
According to the report, 73 percent of NBA fans use YouTube to access content, and they watch video at a rate of nearly 30 minutes per day (a number that has risen steadily since the 2015-16 season).
This data indicates that the NBA is enjoying a robust and loyal audience.
With the NFL on the rise and the popularity of the popular soccer video game soccerball reaching new heights, the numbers from eMarketers suggest that fans are becoming increasingly engaged with the sport.
As such, the data shows that the NFL’s viewership is increasing, and the league will likely remain popular for years to come.