"Family Guy" Beating Skateboarding Bulldogs, for Now

While the occasional wedding-dance entrance, skateboarding bulldog or Novocained kid makes a YouTube splash, most Internet users are still watching standard television when they go online, a new survey says.

In a Sanford Bernstein survey, conducted in April, more than half (58 percent) of the 384 respondents said that they watched professionally produced regular TV programs when asked what they viewed online. A quarter (24 percent) said they sought out amateur or user-generated clips, and 18 percent watched professionally produced movies.

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