The popular video sharing site YouTube is booming and people of color are the users fueling its growth, according to a report by the Pew Internet & American Life Project.

The study found that Black and Hispanic Internet users consume the most video, with 76 percent of African Americans and 81 percent of Hispanics reporting that they used video-sharing sites.

Americans are creating, sharing and viewing video online more than ever. The percentage of American adults online using video-sharing sites such as YouTube or Vimeo increased to 71 percent in May 2011 from 66 percent the year before.

Read more at The Washington Post.


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