Time for my 2 cents, because you're all wrong IMHO.
Shooting in 1080p 24fps is way better for shooting anything displayed on a larger screen than a computer display. Sometimes even a computer display. This allows you to use 1/50th shutter speed, which lets action look less choppy, more realistic, and better for any panning, even if displayed on a small screen. It looks much more professional and smooth then 60fps on large screens, and sometimes it will look smoother on a laptop monitor as well.
But I don't have slomo anymore wahhhh!!!
For when you want a shot to be played back in 50%, or a ramped slowmo, you have to shoot in 720p 60fps. Don't shoot everything slomo. We've all seen the edit that has 1 minute of sick footy, cut into a 5 minute boring slomo edit. Don't do that. Shoot 60 fps only in situations where you are FOR SURE going to use slow motion in post. Oh and edit 1080p 24 and render in your 720p clips.
Some of you will say, no 1/50th is too slow, you miss all the action. Boo. Learn to pan, follow cam, or whatever. It will look better like that, trust me, I learned the hard way.
tldr: Use 1080p 24fps at 1/50th almost always, slow motion footy sometimes. Ok?