The video that you have linked does not look like real time monitering it just looks like SSH and they are preforming SSH commands such as GREP and CURL, or they are viewing files that contain scripts and just scrolling down.
It's worth mentioning that generally when news companies make videos they want the IT guys to look super smart and super geeky.. Its unlikely they will be using such command lines on a daily basis and will be using GUI's via an web application to view things such as this. Anyway onto the actual answer we go...
You can view the current concurrent users within SSH using:
netstat -plan | grep :80 | wc -l
And for Real Time Monitoring use:
And for even more information within the httpd status use:
Cpanel users can use (not tested this myself)
/usr/bin/lynx -dump -width 500 http://127.0.0.1/whm-server-status
Another alternative would be to use 'GoAccess'
If you use NGinx or Apache and just want more detail on the screen then you could install GoAccess which should do the job nicely.
To install in Ubuntu/Debian do
sudo apt-get install goaccess
And to run
sudo goaccess /var/log/apache2/your-log-file.log