I don’t see any video. That either means you’ve got adware running on your system or you don’t have an advertisement blocker on your browser.
Actually, I just checked the site with my tablet, which doesn’t have an ad blocker, and I don’t see any video, so I’m leaning towards adware/spyware as the problem.
I recommend you go to your control panel, click either “add/remove programs,” “programs and features,” or “program control” (depending on which operating system you’re running), and uninstall any program you don’t recognize. Sort the programs by “installed on” date, and focus on the most recently-installed programs. Sometimes the program names include words like “value” or “deal.”
This seems to be a recurring problem on this site, so I am going to make some recommendations for safe browsing:
-If you have a choice of browsers (many new tablets don’t let you choose), don’t use Microsoft’s Internet Explorer for anything except downloading a better browser (like Firefox or Chrome).
-Once you install a better browser, install two extensions (add-ons) for safer browsing:
-FlashBlock (or another Flash blocker). It will block Adobe Flash from running on sites you might not trust. If you want to let flash run on a site you trust, you just click the icon and click "always allow flash on this site." It's reversible if you change your mind.
-ScriptSafe (or another script blocker). It’s kind of a pain in the butt at first, because you have to tell it which scripts are allowed to run and which ones aren’t allowed to run. It’s kind of like firewall software in that it really slows down your browsing at first, but once you set it up for all of the websites you use most frequently, it becomes a lot less cumbersome. It also makes it a lot safer to check out sites you don’t trust because you can enable only the scripts that are necessary to make the site work, blocking unnecessary scripts from running.
-Disable Java. Few sites use it anymore, and it’s known for having gaping security issues. (See http://www.java.com/en/download/help/disable_browser.xml for instructions on disabling Java.)
Something I like to do at work is have Chrome setup with FlashBlock, ScriptSafe, and AdBlock, but I have Firefox installed with no extensions (and Java enabled). I only use Firefox for buying airfare and other web sites I know I can trust that might be hindered or rendered not functional by any of the extensions.
Lastly, you have to be careful when you install updates for Java, Flash, RealPlayer, or anything else you get for free. There is often a step in the process where, if you don’t opt out, you might inadvertently install adware on your computer. Any “search” tool that adds a menu bar to your browser is adware. Make sure you un-check the box that installs this software when you install updates.
P.S.- I just checked the site in Firefox, which, like I said above, doesn’t have any extensions installed, and I don’t see a video. This indicates it is most likely you have adware on your computer.