I’ve been tracking our video views for you on this blog since we reached 10,000 (July) and again when we reached 40,000 (Nov. 13). Now we’re at 50,000 – actually, 50,234 50,647 50,681 50,783 – on our external channels, with an additional 5,000+ on our in-house viewers, as well.
I’m stunned, actually, that we have had so much interest in these videos. And I am really pleased, of course, that the Shalom Hartman Institute message is reaching so many people in so many venues – not just on our website, but on video websites such as Yideoz, JewTube, YouTube and Blip, among others.
Find a full set of links to our video, audio, text and other offerings on the right-hand side of this page.
One thing I can’t truly answer, though – does everyone watch all of these videos all the way through. It’s one statistic I don’t get. My guess: probably not. The evidence: the few two-part videos we have show that Part 2 usually has fewer views than Part 1. And our all-time leading (most-watched) video is a 60-second snippet of an interview with David Hartman (shown above).