Top 10 Most Viewed Videos For February 2021

February 28, 2021 | 0 Comments

During February, Bernews posted over 150 videos across our various social networks — and also relaunched an upgraded version of our dedicated video website Bernews.TV — and the most viewed videos for the month included an aerial view of the Southlands Park, Francis Patton Primary School’s Longtail plunge, a fire, demolition footage, a look at military aircraft and more.

As far as Facebook videos, the most viewed for the month was a live video of Francis Patton Primary School’s Longtail plunge with over 14,000 views, the second was the ‘virtual walk’ at Southlands Park in Warwick, and the third was the Government press conference on Covid-19 on February 23.

On Instagram, the most viewed for the month was the video of the flags at Union Gas at half-staff out of respect for the late LaVerne Furbert, the second was the video of Madelyn Moore winning the gold medal in the 100 free race at the WAC Championships in Utah, and the third most popular was the Southlands Park virtual visit.

The most watched Twitter video was the ‘virtual walk’ through the Southlands Park, the second was a quick clip of the Premier explaining why midnight to 5am curfew will remain, and the third was the video of flags at Union Gas at half-staff out of respect for the late LaVerne Furbert.

#1 – Aerial View Of The Southlands Park In Warwick, February 7

#2 – Francis Patton Primary School’s Longtail Plunge, February 6

#3 – Military Aircraft Touch & Go In Bermuda, February 8

#4 – Taking Off: Loquat Roots Tea by Reva Minors, February 4

#5 – Demolition Of Albert Row Buildings In Sandys, February 12

#6 – Firefighters Extinguish Boat Fire In Riddell’s Bay, February 1

#7 – Audio Part I | MPs Debate Cannabis Licensing Act, February 19

#8 – Dr. Malcolm Brock’s Covid Presentation At Rotary, February 23

#9 – Government Press Conference On Covid-19, February 16

#10 – Police Press Conference On Body Part, February 2

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