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One more TED stat: 250 million viewed

Posted by: Emily McManus

Sometime last week, TEDTalks notched our 250 millionth video view! Thanks to everyone who’s a part of this big round number. By watching, sharing and commenting on a TEDTalk since our launch in June 2006, by sparking new conversations in real life and online, you’re all part of spreading great ideas.

Looking for a lot more TED stats? Watch the talk immediately below this post: Sebastian Wernicke’s “Lies, damned lies and statistics (about TEDTalks).” The data is solid, the methods are top-notch, and the conclusions are … interesting.

Comments (2)

  • r saylors commented on May 2 2010

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    For the scholarly agreed uppon fact that Jesus did infact exist.

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  • Ian Ainslie commented on May 2 2010

    Wow! Congratualtions. Here’s to exceeding the 500 million mark.