The Oklahoman's videos are everywhere; just pick your platform
I enjoyed Matt Patterson’s video this week. He fastened a camera on his car and drove through the downtown districts and midtown Oklahoma City to show our readers the route of the streetcar route destined for our city in 2018.
Matt did the driving. We can all question his lane-changing prowess. But if you watch the video, just know that we sped up the clip; He wasn’t really driving that fast.
Then the video was edited with entertaining music. It was so entertaining that we expect all streetcar riders to hum the same tune when they ride in a couple years.
The video was one of our most popular videos this week. And that’s getting more and more difficult. We keep seeing more and more of our videos being watched, so being the most watched video in any week is not easy.
Our videos are growing in popularity. We see that by counting the views. And we know we have viewers all over the state and on every possible platform.
- We have viewers on our website. The new video page we launched is perfect for users to scroll through all our videos and watch our live coverage. It’s great for both your laptop and your mobile device.
- We have viewers on our YouTube page. Follow our page on YouTube. We have the same lineup of videos on that experience.
- We have viewers on Facebook. We’ve posted more and more of our videos on that platform. Follow NewsOK or The Oklahoman on Facebook and find our updates.
- We have viewers on the Roku app. If you have cut the cord and are using a Roku device, download our app. It’s all you need to keep up with local information.
- We have views on the Apple TV app. If you have cut the cord and don’t have a Roku, there’s a good chance you bought a new Apple TV device. We have an app on that device. Matt’s video was there, too.
Actually, Matt's video was on all those video products. We think you might have seen it. We think that because more and more people in our community are watching our videos.
That’s because we’re showing our videos everywhere that people in our community are watching videos.