YouTube served up more than 13 billion videos in March, with almost 42% of all online viewings coming on Google-owned sites.
That means YouTube and some piddly other G sites, according to the way web video metrics provider ComScore figures it.
Hulu came in a way-the-hell-back-there second, with 1.1 billion videos watched, good for a 3.4% share.
Overall, more than 180 million people in the U.S. watched online video in March, averaging a whopping 96 vids per peeper. The number of Internet watchers was up slightly from February.
Following YouTube and Hulu in number of videos viewed in March were Microsoft, Yahoo and CBS Interactive.
Hulu, meanwhile, hit another record in average hours of content watched. The average Hulu viewer streamed almost 27 videos, adding up to 2.6 hours of eyeball time. The hourly rate was up .2 from February.
YouTube underwent a redesign of its web site in recent months, with the video player getting a face-lift last week. April’s numbers will reflect the redesign effect on viewership, if any.