Thanks Guys... I guess it is better than 30 min though... I will try the 16.
It's also helpful to rate a clip from 1 to 10 as far as how well it tells a story before you start editing.
If it falls below 5, consider not even doing it. I would have rated this about 1 1/2. But that's my opinion.
It's all relative to how valuable you the editor and the prospective listener value their time.
As you become more adept at sourcing and editing clips, you will find that it can take up a good chunk of your Saturday morning or late evening.
From my limited experience, I would say once or twice a year a clip goes viral, usually after a major incident that has global coverage. In the past year, the Buffalo crash and the Amsterdam crash come to mind."you have meddled with the primal forces of nature....and you will atone!"
But apart from that, try to look at the exercise as satisfying your own curiosity and hopefully others will appreciate it as well. The clip would have been so much better if you had found the answer as to why the takeoff was aborted.