Nearly one-third of internet users now upload videos, Pew finds

More than twice as many people are posting videos online today than there were just four years ago, according to the latest poll from Pew Research Center’s Internet & American Life Project. While in 2009 only 14 percent of adult internet users posted videos, that number has now jumped up to 31 percent. Pew contributes some of that leap to apps like Vine, which it says have collectively gotten nearly a quarter of those people to upload videos. And while posting videos used to be fairly exclusive to males under the age of 30, now the average adult internet user is reportedly about as likely to upload one so long as they’re under 50.

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