By James R. McElroy | The Wall St. Journal – 1/23/2017 05:15:50In the last decade, more than a quarter of all viral videos have been produced by an online video platform.

In the last year, a similar number of video creators made less than half of all the videos that have gone viral, according to the Viral Video Network.

That’s according to a report released Tuesday by the Virality Network, a nonprofit that tracks the rise and fall of online video.

The group found that, for the first time, more viral video creators were making less than 50 percent of all videos that went viral, compared with the 90 percent share of viral video that went to online platforms like YouTube and Facebook.

The report did not give a percentage for how many viral videos were produced by each creator.

The Pew Research Center estimated in 2015 that the average video produced by viral video platforms was less than $10 million, and the report did include a breakdown of the creators behind viral video.

Viral video creators often use a mix of online platforms and traditional marketing to generate revenue, but many are finding that the business model is not as simple as it once was.

“When we launched Virality, we did not expect viral video to be a lucrative business model,” said David S. Miller, the chief executive of Virality.

“It took a while for it to sink in, but I think we are seeing a lot of growth in the last six to 12 months.

We are seeing it with other brands.

We think it is growing fast.”

Viral videos can make an impression.

They can be viewed thousands of times on YouTube and can generate millions of views in a matter of days.

In fact, the Pew Research Group said it has found that YouTube and other platforms have more than double the number of views for viral videos compared to other platforms.

Virality also has the advantage of being able to tap into a massive audience of consumers who want a product or service that’s been shown on TV or on the Internet, Miller said.

For example, if you want to create a viral video of an orange-and-black shirt, you could send out a survey to the entire Internet.

You could have a few million people watching that video.

That’s a pretty big audience.

And then you could reach a certain number of people, and you would make a profit.

But you can’t do that with traditional advertising or traditional viral videos because you’re not going to be able to reach the same kind of audience.

“When Virality launched, Miller noted, the video was a relatively new phenomenon.

“And it’s going to become a bigger issue in the next few years.””

That’s a big deal,” he said.

“And it’s going to become a bigger issue in the next few years.”

The Pew report also said that the number and type of videos produced has been shifting over time, particularly among the young.

The researchers found that the proportion of videos made by young people has grown from about a quarter to about half.

The Pew researchers found similar trends among other platforms, including YouTube and Amazon, which has been growing steadily in popularity among younger users.

It said the rise in popularity of viral videos is a sign of the Internet becoming a more interactive platform for consumers.

“I think it’s pretty clear that the Internet is now the place where the new viral videos are being created,” said Scott Gershman, an associate professor of media and digital arts at the University of Michigan.

“The Internet is the place of discovery and experimentation, the place for creators and the place to connect with fans.”

Miller said he hopes that more viral creators will create content that people will see on YouTube, which is now in about 12 million homes and on Amazon.

That will make it easier for viral creators to find audience and will allow for them to create new viral content that’s more relevant and appealing to their audiences.

“I think the more people you reach out to, the more interesting they will be,” Miller said, “and the more that they are going to learn from you, and I think that will make them better creators.”

Virality also found that younger people are more likely to watch viral videos than older people.

They’re also more likely than adults to watch online videos.

In other words, as the number has grown, so too has the number who watch viral video on YouTube.

Miller said that he believes this will be a key driver of growth.

“It’s really hard for creators to reach a younger audience,” he told The Wall ST.

“There’s a lot to be learned from what YouTube is doing with their content.

I think it will be important for people who are in their late 20s to have something to do in their 20s, and to go on YouTube as an adult, and not just go to YouTube and watch their own videos.”

Miller has a plan to change