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Trial and Error

Quarterlife Update

November 15, 2007 9:54 AM

In the last few days, a lot of folks have asked how the new Internet show “Quarterlife” is doing after I shared some initial thoughts in my video blog earlier this week at www.daisywhitney.tv.

So I did a little research this morning. Now, I am not claiming the information here is the definitive final word on how “Quarterlife” is faring. But here’s what I was able to find. (Incidentally, I don’t think viewership numbers are as easy to locate on MySpace as they are on YouTube and other services.)

According to this “Quarterlife” page on MySpace, the first three episodes collectively have garnered more than 247,000 views on MySpace.

That’s not too shabby in under a week. Most of the views—156,000—went to the premiere episode, but that episode has been available for longer than the others.

I’ll keep tracking the progress of the show.


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Is that just views on MySpace or does that include views on the Quarterlife site itself?

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