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Well the BBC iPlayer is officially 2 months old today, so lets see how things have shaped up since my last usage stats update a month ago!
Following my own logic for this data from last time. There are:
(263,536 / 4.16)
63350 (rounded) users reporting data on the BBC iPlayer channel. Each one viewing the channel for 4+ hours on average, this is a MAJOR jump in users and average usage time. With each user increasing the amount of times they’ve used the iPlayer from 2.92 times to 3.75 times.
My own personal usage of the channel has massively increased to a total of 22Hr(s) 17Min(s), and it has been booted 11 times, this is due to the fact that even more great content keeps getting added and has the convenience of I get to watch the television I want whenever I want (before it expires :p)
After the jump some record breaking news from the BBC about the iPlayer
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If my understanding of this information is correct. There are:
(79205 / 3)
26402 (rounded) users reporting data on the BBC iPlayer channel. Each one viewing the channel for 3+ hours on average, to me this speaks of a good but slow start, if I remember in January I will report the new details then.
My own personal usage of the channel tallies between the 8 and 9 hours mark and I find the channel very useful and intuitive.