Video Sharing Sites
These sites are not listed in any particular order or preference. At this writing, all of them will host your videos at no charge. NOTE, ownership and content changes, be sure to verify that the site has not changes their policies or their target market (i.e. porn).
http://www.bing.com/videos/browse – Bing, Misrosoft’s search engine and relates services.
http://buzznet.com/ – a photo, journal, and video-sharing social media network.
http://www.flixya.com/ – a social network that puts ad revenue in your pocket.
http://www.video.google.com/ – a free video sharing website and also a video search engine from Google Inc.
http://www.youtube.com – the granddaddy of Internet video hosting.
http://www.videojug.com – 1000s of how videos and articles.
http://blip.tv – is a free videoblogging, podcasting and video sharing service.
http://www.metacafe.com/ – one of the world’s largest video sites, serving a vast smorgasbord of best videos, funniest movies and clips.
http://www.veoh.com/ – provides free access to all of the great TV and film studio content, independent productions, and user-generated videos on the Web
http://www.atom.com/ – one of the first Internet Video hosting and distribution services.
http://dailymotion.com – collects the latest music videos, short movies, TV shows, funny and extreme videos from a variety of web sites in addition to creating their own original content. You can also upload, share, and embed your videos
http://www.collegehumor.com – showcases hilarious original videos, articles, contests, and interactive features, as well as pictures and videos submitted by fans like you. Humor is not for kids….
http://www.howcast.com – welcomes experts from across the web to share their how-to videos.
http://www.brightcove.com/en/ – lets you build and launch your own internet TV station.
http://www.clipshack.com/ – a community for videophiles – a place for sharing your videos with the world.
http://lulu.tv – boasts an array of high class editors, designers, writers and marketers who have worked in the publishing industry.
http://www.flukiest.com/ – Flukiest is an interactive community for sharing and managing digital media.
http://www.flurl.com/ – allows you to upload and share videos under a set of pre-existing categories.
http://www.livevideo.com/ – Channels, Favorites, Subscriptions, Videos, Photos.
http://revver.com/ – has a clever mechanism that helps it track and monetize the uploaded videos as they spread virally across the internet.
http://www.spike.com/ – A service by iFILM that has an extensive library of movie clips, music videos, short films, video game trailers, action sports and its popular ‘viral videos’ collection. Since October 2005, it’s a part of the Viacom network.
http://www.uvouch.com/ – Another site that offers all the standard features – video sharing & organization, social networking, discussion groups, playlists, customizable profiles etc.
http://www.vimeo.com/ – Another cool video hosting service that has been around since end 2004 and reflects the Web 2.0 genre of web-design.
http://www.zoopy.com/ – is South Africa’s first video and photo sharing social network.