comScore’s latest online video stats have been published, and they reveal continued growth for YouTube. Google’s video site attracted 147.2 million users in May, who watched an average of just over five hours (311 minutes to be precise) each during the month. Music video portal Vevo is also riding high, taking second spot in comScore’s chart with 60.4 million viewers watching an average of 105 minutes each during May. That puts Vevop ahead of Yahoo, Facebook and other video sites. Source: TechCrunch

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