Video Chatterbox Nation: Live video communications today & tomorrow

Last month, we did some research to understand what drives video chat use.  Check out the whole report here – highlights below:

  • 44% of respondents have used video chat before, most of which use Skype (82%)
  • 75% would be interested in online medical/therapy services over video, if offered
  • 56% would be likely to take a class with video chat
  • 1 in 10 work remotely as a direct result of being able to video chat with colleagues
  • Women are 2x more interested than men in asking for assistance via video chat while shopping online
  • 47% would video chat with others while watching online TV shows together
  • Only 7% would use it to chat with people they don’t know
Report page
Why do you video chat today, and what do you think is the best use of video chat in future? Tell us on twitter @tokbox.
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  • http://www.facebook.com/bdneubert Bernard David Neubert

    Education is a very important aspect of video chat applications. Particularly for music performance instruction and demonstration. We use it extensively for musical outreach programs with symphony orchestras – eg the Austin Symphony.