Palin Speech Gets 1.3 Mil Web Views in 48 Hours

Sep 5, 2008  •  Post A Comment

The speech by Republican vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin at the Republican National Convention on Wednesday has been viewed more than 1.3 million times online in less than 48 hours.
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That accounts for views across the Web, with most coming from YouTube, according to online video measurement firm Visible Measures.
The views of her speech comprise most of the online viewership from the GOP convention.
As of today, videos from both the Republican and Democratic conventions had been watched online more than 9 million times, with 80% of those views coming from the Democratic National Convention, Visible Measures said.
Sen. Barack Obama’s nomination acceptance speech has been viewed more than 2.9 million times online. Michelle Obama’s speech has been viewed more than 1.7 million times, Sen. Hillary Clinton’s more than 800,000 and Democratic vice presidential candidate Sen. Joe Biden’s speech more than 364,000 times.
Republican presidential candidate John McCain’s nomination acceptance speech from Thursday night has been seen online more than 39,000 times, less than half the views Ms. Palin had generated by the morning after her speech, when views for it were about 80,000.
Ms. Palin’s speech was watched by 37 million TV homes, according to Nielsen.

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