Thu Nov 29, 2007 1:26pm EST
BERLIN, NH, Nov 29 (MARKET WIRE) -- Voters have even more opportunities to see the presidential candidates campaign in New Hampshire as the primaries approach thanks to online video sharing, says one New Hampshire media research firm, which has seen YouTube videos about the contenders' activity in New Hampshire increase to more than three hundred per month.
KDPaine and Partners, a media measurement firm, has been tracking the candidates since January in YouTube videos that mention New Hampshire, its home state and host of the first in the nation primary. Republican hopeful Ron Paul is ahead online, attracting more than three million views of his videos within seven days of posting them to the posted. Paul's videos account for half of the top 10 most-viewed videos in the study. Read more.