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Why do we say hey “Deku Fam” at the beginning of every video?
#DekuFam is made up of two words, Deku which is our last name and Fam which is short for family.
Our subscribers (ie. you) are the DekuFam. You are our extended online family who we aim to take on our life journey and lessons.

What countries are we from?
Gabes is Ghanaian, Anna is half Tanzanian and half Nigerian. However, we were both born in the UK and currently live in London.

Did we really wait until marriage to have sex?
Haha, yes! We can’t believe it either. We have videos discussing the whole process

Gabes face seems familiar…
A snippet of our wedding video went viral because Gabes was crying. See the full #DekuWedding2016 and find out why he was crying via the playlist below

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Conviva report shows big boost in daytime streaming during the pandemic

30-second summary:

  • A new report from streaming intelligence provider Conviva shows how the stay-home directives have boosted video streaming, as well as local news on social media.
  • The window of time that used to be filled by working — 10AM to 5PM — rose nearly 40 percent.
  • Additionally, local news posts and video on social media also saw major increases, as online users have sought info on nearby conditions.

As someone recently pointed out, it’s hard to think you are helping to save the world by watching Netflix at home. But that is one of the many ironies of life in the pandemic. And, not surprisingly, a new report – “Streaming in the Time of Coronavirus” from streaming media intelligence provider Conviva – finds that streaming during the pandemic has climbed sharply.

Increase in global streaming

It’s up 26 percent in the U.S. and 20 percent globally. The increase in daytime viewing more clearly reflects the boost in stay-at-home behavior: the 10AM to 5PM window increased 39 percent between March 9 and 23.

Early morning hours are also up 26 percent, and pre-primetime fringe rose 20 percent. Interestingly, the only drop – a negligible 2 percent down – was in primetime.

For streaming video providers and advertisers, a key question is whether these bumps will carry over in any degree once the pandemic subsides.

“We anticipate streaming providers will retain new viewers long after the coronavirus has ended,” Conviva CEO Bill Demas said in a statement, “as viewers embrace the variety and flexibility of the medium.”

News on social media

Conviva also looked at news on social media during the February 21- March 23 block, compared to the previous 30 days, and found what it described as “exponential growth.” Total views of local news outlets on Facebook were up 247 percent during that period, for an average increase of 118 percent in views per video.

Twitter saw a 196 percent increase in average engagement per video and a 63 percent increase in overall engagement with local news accounts. On YouTube, there was a 50 percent increase in engagement (likes, dislikes and comments) for videos.

To keep up with the demand for local info, local news organizations are boosting their posts on Facebook by 19 percent.

The data for this report was collected by Conviva from three billion streaming video applications, accounting for about 1.5 trillion real-time transactions daily. Social data came from nearly 800 news accounts globally, and from 789 local and city news outlets in the U.S.

This is Conviva’s first report on the topic. Although it doesn’t currently have plans for another coronavirus-specific report, Demas told ClickZ, the topic may find its way into the company’s regular reports.

The post Conviva report shows big boost in daytime streaming during the pandemic appeared first on ClickZ.

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