Each month we hear about how much share of the online video market YouTube (GOOG) has hoovered up. But each month we also get two different pictures of YouTube's dominance: One from Nielsen and one from comScore (SCOR).
When comScore releases its Video Metrix figures for June next week, it will put YouTube at 39% of the video market. It says YouTube accounted for 4.2 billion out of 10.8 billion videos watched in the U.S. that month.
Nielsen's VideoCensus for June, though, give YouTube some 51% of the market, with 4 billion of 7.9 billion total views. In July, Nielsen had YouTube with nearly 60% of the market, with 5 billion of 8.5 billion total U.S. views.