According to a recent study, the amount of video we consume in a day will rise to five hours by 2013.
- waking up to a video alarm clock;
- checking satellite weather videos on your mobile phone;
- watching traﬃc videos on your GPS unit while driving in to work;
- watching an ad for a Ford Edge on Gas TV while fueling up at a gas station;
- streaming MSNBC stock reports from your desktop at work;
- seeing a short address from your CEO in a meeting-room photo frame;
- watching a promo for American Gladiators in the back of a video-enabled taxi on the way to the airport;
- hearing Glenn Beck’s take on the elections while waiting at the airport gate;
- watching a clip from your daughter’s middle-school debut in Guys and Dolls that your spouse emailed as you board the plane;
- indulging in American Idol on the satellite TV on your JetBlue ﬂight;
- checking in at your hotel through a video kiosk; and ﬁnally
- catching Iron Man in HD on the hotel room’s ﬂat-screen TV
That's a lot of video. Lets hope it doesn't all come with pre roll....