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YouTube Dominates July 2008 Online Video Rankings with 5 Billion Views

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Over 5 billion video views occurred on YouTube in July 2008, according to new data supplied by comScore. That gave Google Sites a whopping 44% of the video market in the U.S. In a distant second is Fox Interactive's MySpace with 3.9% of the market and 446 million videos watched.

142 million, or 75%, of internet users watched online videos in July. The average number of videos watched per viewer is 80.

92 million of those viewers hung out at YouTube, consuming an average of 54.7 videos. 54 million absorbed video content at MySpace, at an average of 8.1 videos.

Here are the charts for the complete picture of the top 10 sites:

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