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(1) Upload and Share Your VIDEOS for Free ! ... upload max size + 50% more than on YouTube ... Present Yourself !
Web page at presentvideo.com
(2) Watch user-uploaded videos on Buzznet, sorted by highest ranked, most viewed, most commented, and most recent.
Web page at www.buzznet.com
(3) Allows users to share their personal media within private groups in an encrypted environment.
Web page at www.grouper.com
(4) Database of recent TV programs and user-uploaded videos.
Web page at video.google.com
(5) Upload, tag, and share your videos worldwide on YouTube, and watch other user-submitted videos sorted by most recent, viewed, and discussed, as well as top ...
Web page at www.youtube.com
(6) Yahoo! Video allows you to upload your own videos and share with others. Browse all videos by popular and individual categories.
Web page at video.yahoo.com
Video Sharing in the Yahoo! Directory
(7) Browse video sharing websites that feature user-uploaded and viral videos, as well as TV show clips, commercials, and other popular or homemade videos.
Web page at dir.yahoo.com
Video sharing - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
(8) There are various ways to share video streams or files on the network. ... GSMA Video Share Service for Mobile Networks. Peer-to-peer video sharing ...
Web page at en.wikipedia.org
AT&T Video Share Lets Wireless Customers Share Live Video
(9) AT&T Video Share allows wireless customers to use their phones to share live video and ... Sharing ? Share moments with family and friends as they happen. ... http://www.att.com/gen/press-room?pid=9199
Web page at www.att.com
AT&T Video Share | AT&T wireless services
(10) Video Share is a new service from AT&T that allows you to stream live video over ... Even better, get two so you can start sharing right away! ...
Web page at www.wireless.att.com
Online Photo Album - MyPhotoAlbum.com
(11) ... sharing and video sharing made easy with our online photo albums digital photo album software. Create your digital photo album online, store and share your ...
Web page at www.myphotoalbum.com
(12) Family photo and video sharing service offers a drag-and-drop interface and auto organization of uploaded photos and videos.
Web page at www.dropshots.com
Video share - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
(13) A 3-4 minute voice call may involve a minute of Video Sharing. ... to Video Share include Video Clip Sharing, where a video clip recorded ...
Web page at en.wikipedia.org
Video Sharing Script Youtube Clone. Start your own video sharing ...
(14) PHP Video Sharing Script Youtube Clone. Start your own highly profitable video file sharing and uploading ... share music the same way as sharing videos ...
Web page at www.alstrasoft.com
Ten video sharing services compared - DV Guru
(15) ... just wants to post a video on the 'net and share it with some friends--there are ... Editing: Create mashups of your videos and photos, set to music ("groovies" ...
Web page at www.dvguru.com
Free video calls and video conferencing with Skype
(16) Make free video calls and video conferencing with Skype - Video call and smile, wave ... Share. All. Smile, wave or blow a kiss. Video calls are free on Skype. ...
Web page at www.skype.com
4shared.com - free file sharing and storage - video sharing
(17) Online video hosting and sharing. Fast file transfer. Unlimited upload and ... 4shared lets you share videos as easily as you share photos or send email. ...
Web page at www.4shared.com
AT&T Video Share Cell Phone reviews - CNET Reviews
(18) Compare AT&T Video Share prices, user ratings, specs and more. ... the potential for video calls is huge--imagine sharing video with your friends ...
Web page at reviews.cnet.com
Video Publishing Online: Where To Share Your Video Clips On The Web ...
(19) Sharing: You can share OurMedia videos using rss feeds, email to a friend, ... Sharing: In Vimeo, you can share videos by posting them to Flickr, sending them ...
Web page at www.masternewmedia.org
Open Web Awards: Nominations for Video Sharing
(20) Online video has been one of the major stories of 2007, with dozens of ... pay video creators large and small, they also pay people to share videos, AND ...
Web page at mashable.com
AOL Uncut Video: http://uncutvideo.aol.com/Main.do You can browse videos by tags, category, most popular, most recent, location, highest rated, or most comments.
AOL Video Search: http://video.aol.com Allows you to search by most viewed, highest rated, various categories, various channels, and TV shows (many free for viewing). Also allows video uploads.
Blastro: http://www.blastro.com Features hip-hop videos and urban videos.
Blinkx: http://www.blinkx.com Video search tool featuring 18 million hours of video. If you have video content on your website or blog, you can submit it for indexing via RSS to Blinkx at: http://www.blinkx.com/rssupload.
Blip TV: http://www.blip.tv Features short, funny entertainment videos. They allow you to upload video via the website, an FTP address, a desktop utility called UpperBlip, or your cell phone. You can also cross-post videos automatically to many blogging platforms. You can embed videos into your website as an image thumbnail, a Flash player, a pop-up window, or a new browser window. Plus you can provide viewers multiple video formats to download (Flash, iPod, cell phone playback, etc). Finally, BlipTV offers optional revenue sharing.
Break: http://www.break.com Videos especially for guys (ages 15 to 35). 18 million unique visitors each month. They show 12 million videos per day. They have partnerships with Tivo, Lionsgate, NBC Universal, Vivendi Games, Twisted Pictures, Limelight Networks, and more. Break offers a full package of free services to website owners that will help drive traffic and increase your site's reach and ad revenue. You can embed every video on Break onto your website with a customized embeddable player. On Break you can also create a tricked out customized personal page where you can send updates to subscribers, post bulletins, and include links to your site for all the people who are finding you for the first time through Break. Their Girl of the Day widget allows you to have the hottest girls from all over the web delivered to your site every morning.
Brightcove: http://www.brightcove.com A video publishing website. They provide professional video services to MTV, Warner Music, and other big companies, but they also offer a personal video sharing service that is free. You can sign up for a Brightcove Network account to make money by sharing advertising revenue (50/50), offer downloads or rentals using AOL Video distribution (30/70 split), or third-party syndication programs. You can upload videos via the website or their desktop PublishPod application. Their Aftermix online video editor lets you record directly from your webcam, adjust your videos, import videos from YouTube and others, and use images from Flickr and Facebook. Their Takeout Box widget allows you to create thumbnail listings to promote your Brightcove videos all across the web.
Bubble Guru: http://www.bubbleguru.com With this free service, you can create a pop-up video that appears when visitors come to a page on your website.
BuzzNet: http://www.buzznet.com A video-sharing site that is part of the Video Egg ad network. Features music, celebrities, pop culture in photos, music, and videos.
Castfire: http://www.castfire.com A specialty web video host that dynamically assembles video clips with video ads.
Castpost: http://www.castpost.com Allows you to broadcast your personal video and audio clips. Currently free with some ads.
Crackle: http://www.crackle.com Formerly known as Grouper, this video-sharing website features contests and more. Owned by Sony Pictures, it is designed to discover and promote the stars of tomorrow. Their syndication network includes IPTV, RSS aggregators, social networks, and more.
Cuts RiffTrax: http://www.cuts.com Allows you to create or add new elements to existing online videos.
Dabble: http://www.dabble.com Aggregates video clips from YouTube, Blip TV, Revver, etc. It allows you to search all of the services at once for any keywords (by subject or videographer) and organize your favorites into playlists you can share with others.
Daily Motion: http://www.dailymotion.com A video sharing site from France.
The Daily Reel: http://www.thedailyreel.com
The Daily Tube: http://www.thedailytube.com Features the best new videos on the net, including humor, celebs, music, late nite, campaign '08, sports, and web stars. You can get the best new videos on the web delivered fresh to your email inbox every day.
Disney Online: http://www.disney.com 182 million videos viewed each month (2% market share). 13.9 million unique viewers in July 2007.
DivX Stage6: http://stage6.divx.com This service allows you to upload high-definition video, using the DivX format. Users wanting to view your embedded video in this format will have to download the DivX Web Player (a quick and simple download).
DropShots: http://www.dropshots.com Motto: Next generation photo and video sharing. Completely private, no public galleries. Allows photo and video sharing with family and friends only.
ESPN: http://www.espn.com 75 million videos viewed each month (.8% market share). 7.7 million unique viewers in July 2007.
E-tv: http://www.e.tv Allows video uploads, channels, groups, and friends.
Eyejot: http://www.eyejot.com Motto: video messaging in a blink! You can host an Eyejot widget on your web pages or send via email. You can record a greeting or message and send it to unlimited recipients. As easy as sending ordinary text email.
EyeSpot: http://www.eyespot.com A video sharing and creation website. You can create mash-ups or mixes using your own material or videos they provide. Allows you to mix videos, music, and photos.
Facebook Video: http://www.facebook.com/video (you must be a member of Facebook to see this page) Their video player offers better quality and privacy controls than many other video sharing sites. You can send video voicemail back and forth between friends. It supports most mobile providers so you can take a video on your phone and email it to email@example.com and have it posted to your Facebook page.
5 Minute Life Videopedia: http://www.5min.com 5 Yoni Netanyahu Street, Or Yehuda 60376, Israel. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Focused on 5-minute or less how-to videos in the following categories: arts, business, extreme, fashion, fitness, food, games, health, home, music, parenting, people, pets, spiritual, sports, tech, travel, wheels, life tips, and knowledge. In early January 2008, their highlighted videos were viewed from 200 times to 122,650 times.
Flektor: http://www.flektor.com A division of News Corporation, this site allows you to create mash-ups from text, chat, videos, movies, slideshows, postcards, and more. You can also create your own quiz or poll and share it on your MySpace page. Allows you to make customized slideshows, glitter text, or edit a movie. You can even record and broadcast yourself live on a webcam. When finished, you can post to MySpace, Facebook, Blogger, Ebay, or your own website.
Fliqz: http://www.fliqz.com Offers fully-customizable, plug-and-play video solutions. They offer a free video play for your site as well as other video solutions for any budget.
Fox Interactive Media: http://www.fox.com A division of News Corporation, Fox Interactive Media is a portfolio of social networking sites including MySpace, Photobucket, Spring Widgets, Flektor, FoxSports, and more. 298 million videos viewed each month (3.3% market share, #3). 35.8 million unique viewers in July 2007.
Free IQ: http://www.freeiq.com/123home A video sharing site where people vote for the best informational videos. But it is also a information product showcase where the FreeIQ takes a percentage of any products you sell. They encourage you to showcase your knowledge and expertise via videos and then close the sale there. Search for any topic youre interested in learning more about from business management to marketing to software to your favorite hobby and see all the experts and authors and speakers on that subject. They'll host entire presentations that last hours or short clips.
If you are an expert on just about any topic, Free IQ is the perfect solution to display your ideas and showcase your knowledge. We will host and stream all your content for free, whether its video, audio, articles or ebooks. While we reserve the right to eventually set limits, currently there is no limit to how much content you can upload. And if anyone buys an electronically deliverable (downloadable) product from you, well deliver it for free as well.
For content providers, there is no monthly fee to use the Free IQ shopping engine to sell your information products. We host and stream (and digitally deliver) an unlimited of audio and video for free. For any sales you make, we charge just 5% of the sales price (plus credit card processing fees.)
For Free IQ content providers, not only can you sell your own information products, like ebooks, audio and video seminars and courses, teleseminars and webinars, live seminar registrations, subscription newsletters, training and coaching programs, or telephone or in-person consulting . . . but you can also get paid every time one of your customers buys something from anyone else on the entire web site for a whole year!
You can join their affiliate program here: http://www.freeiq.com/123aff.
You can add new content to Free IQ here: http://www.freeiq.com/123add.
Funny or Die: http://www.funnyordie.com Funny videos.
Go Fish: http://www.gofish.com Offers free video clips and films in celebrity entertainment, extreme sports, cartoons, anime, and more. Our network consists of a select group of youth-oriented publishers for whom we sell advertising and through which we can distribute our original online video content. GoFish offers a comprehensive package of services to publishers including marketing services expertise, premium advertising, access to exclusive packaged content, reporting, and streamlined payment process.
Google Video: http://video.google.com The video-sharing website Google hosted before and after they bought YouTube. 200 million videos viewed each month.
Grind TV: http://www.grindtv.com Features extreme sports videos.
Grouper: http://www.grouper.com Now Crackle.com.
Guba: http://www.guba.com Besides uploading and sharing videos, you can also download or view movies for $2.99 and TV shows for $1.79. Offers free music, sports, and how-to videos.
Heavy: http://www.heavy.com Motto: All you can eat video. Also offers free music and comedy radio. Designed to attract those who like heavy metal music, but apparently open to anyone.
Hipcast: http://www.hipcast.com A low-cost service for uploading your audio and video files to the Internet. Also useful for publishing podcasts. And, of course, everything can then be posted to any blog.
Hulu: http://www.hulu.com Features clips from NBC, Fox, and some other network TV shows.
iFilm: http://www.ifilm.com Owned by Viacom, iFilm offers access to TV shows from Spike as well as the Colbert Report and Daily Show. Also, of course, user-generated and uploaded videos.
iMeem: http://www.imeem.com iMeem is an online community where millions of fans and artists discover new music, videos, and photos, and share their tastes with friends. Hence, essentially a social networking site focused on music and videos.
Jaycut: http://www.jaycut.com A website for editing movies as well as creating mashups with videos, photos, etc.
Joost: http://www.joost.com Features 15,000 TV shows you can watch on demand via their downloadable utility.
JumpCut: http://www.jumpcut.com A division of Yahoo, it is a web-based version of desktop video editing. Specializes in video mashups and remixes, including video, music, and photos. Add your video here and watch others mash it up.
Kewego: http://www.kewego.com Very similar in appearance to Google. The most popular videos get around 20,000 views.
KO Video: http://www.kovideo.net Focus on music videos. Did not play the video I tried to play when I visited.
Live Leak: http://www.liveleak.com Features excerpt videos from major media. Also features YourSay response videos.
Live Video: http://www.livevideo.com A photo and video-sharing website especially designed for social networking. As a member, you can subscribe to videos from various sources such as AP breaking video news. Videos are sorted into channels: animation, comedy, extreme, news, pets & animals, sports, auto, entertainment, music, people, science, travel, video blogs, video games, and video comments. Each video notes total views as well as views of that video that day. Using their service, you can post all your videos within one player and post it to your blog or website.
Magnify.net: http://www.magnify.net This site allows you to create your own video channel that can be featured on your website. It currently features 27,234 channels with 298,358 videos. Magnify.net provides templates and admin tools to customize your video pages on your site via their hosting; integrates popular video hosts; provides upload, storage, and bandwidth free; and shares ad revenue with you. You can create pages with drag and drop ease, use widgets to drive traffic, and get peer review and comments.
MetaCafe: http://www.metacafe.com Motto: Serving the world's best videos: We specialize in short-form original content - from new, emerging talents and established Hollywood heavyweights alike. Videos are user-generated, user-selected, user-reviewed and user-rewarded. Via their Producer Rewards program, you can get paid for every time someone views your video. 25 million visitors each month. Their submission rules provide superb useful guidelines for creating and sharing videos: http://www.metacafe.com/submission_rules. Note: Videos in their Producers Reward program cannot be too topical or include URLs to other websites.
Microsoft Sites: 149 million videos viewed each month (1.6% market share). 18.8 million unique viewers in July 2007.
Microsoft Soapbox on MSN: http://soapbox.msn.com Allows many options for uploading videos and integrates with MSN Messenger, MSN Spaces, RSS feeds, Media Center PC, etc.
Mixpo: http://www.mixpo.com Motto: Videos for business. This site allows you to create VideoAds with photos, videos, and music. A VideoAd is a dynamic ad unit that helps you market your business more effectively online. Generate brand response with the call-to-action buttons built right into the player. You can have a unique website url, phone number and email address linked from each VideoAd for effective lead generation. VideoAds are 100% built for business.
MotionBox: http://www.motionbox.com Allows you to upload and edit your videos. Then share them. Motionbox makes it easy to upload, organize, enhance, and share your personal videos with family, friends & groups.
MySpace TV: http://vids.myspace.com or http://www.myspacetv.com. The video-sharing pages from MySpace. After YouTube, MySpace Video probably gives you access to the widest audience for your videos. They support the widest range of video file types.
Nelsok: http://www.nelsok.com Create your own videos, upload the video clips, allow others to watch, and earn money from the views. Users who upload videos can go to their user profile and enter in their AdSense publisher ID. Once the user has entered their AdSense code and uploaded a video, ads will begin to be displayed using the user's AdSense publisher ID. The ads are displayed in the box directly under the playing video and are displayed at a ratio of 1:1.
New Baby: http://www.newbaby.com Features expert video information for new mothers.
One True Media: http://www.onetruemedia.com Allows you to create a video montage, slideshow, or photo book using video, audio, photos, etc. You can then showcase your creation and also buy a DVD of it as well.
Operator 11: http://www.operator11.com A new social video network where users can share their own TV shows or channels. When broadcasting live, the producer/host can interact with those viewing the video. You can netcast live with your friends and cut back and forth between the participating viewers.
OurMedia: http://www.ourmedia.org Video producers and podcasters can use this service to show off their works and create communities of interest.
Peekvid: http://www.peekvid.com Offers a variety of TV downloads.
PhanFare: http://www.phanfare.com A place to share all your videos and photos online, including the ability to create photo and video slideshows. You can try it free, then pay $55 per year or $300 for lifetime storage and access.
PhotoBucket: http://www.photobucket.com Has 40 million users who upload more than 7 million photos per day. Owned by MySpace, this site had 15 million unique visitors in March 2007. Now also allows you to share video as well as photos.
Revver: http://www.revver.com Video sharing site which adds advertisements to all videos on the site. You can make money in two ways: 1. You earn 20% of ad revenues for sharing videos on your Revver page or your blog. 2. You earn 50% of ad revenues from videos you create and share. You can share videos either as Flash or QuickTime. You can also add your own branding or logo to the Flash player interface. Their main video categories include animals & pets, animation, autos, celebrity news, comedy, entertainment, how-to or do-it-yourself, lifestyle, music, news & politics, science, sports, tech & gadgets, travel, video games, vloggers, and webisodes.
Science Hack: http://www.sciencehack.com A video search engine for science, physics, ecology, space, nature, etc.
Sevenload: http://en.sevenload.com Video and photo-sharing website based out of Germany. Channels include music, sports, cars, comedy, infotainment, health & wellness, food, art & culture, photographers, events, and videoblogs. Seems to have lots of mild sex-related photos and videos.
Spike Videos: http://origin.www.spike.com Sponsored by the Spike TV network, they allow you to upload videos featuring action sports, animation, comedy, commercials, girls, motorsports, movie clips, music videos, short films, television, user video, video games, and viral videos.
SpinXpress: http://www.spinxpress.com SpinXpress downloadable software is used by independent producers to create videos, music compilations, and other collaborative media projects. It works with any file format and allows you to publish your work and share your media files with anyone, anywhere, anytime.
Stage 6: http://stage6.divx.com High quality videos using the divx player.
Stupid Videos: http://www.stupidvideos.com A video-sharing website that features stupid videos, stunts, sports, animals, funny commercials, song/dance, standup comedy, sketch comedy, politics, holidays, video games, and science & technology. Note that this website URL without the s at the end is a junk advertising site.
Time Warner Network: 181 million videos viewed per month (2% market share). 26.6 million unique viewers in July 2007.
Truveo: http://www.truveo.com AOL's video search and hosting site.
TubeMogul: http://www.tubemogul.com Allows you to upload to a select group of video-sharing websites with one upload. They also allow you to track video impressions on these sites: Google Video, Metacafe, MySpace, Revver, Yahoo!, AOL Uncut Video, DailyMotion, YouTube, Crackle, Imeem, StupidVideos, Veoh, and growing. After uploading your video to TubeMogul and entering the Title, Description, Tags, and Category, you will choose which sites you want to deploy your videos.
TubeSurf: http://www.tubesurf.com A metasearch tool that searches multiple video-search engines (YouTube, Google Video, MySpace Videos, and Yahoo! Video). Accurate but does not provide thumbnail images or a preview window.
uLinkx: http://www.ulinkx.com A browsing video search engine.
http://www.ustream.tv A platform that
provides live interactive video for everyone. Anyone with a camera and an
Internet connection can broadcast live to a global audience. You can
create an unlimited number of shows. A built-in chat room enables interactive broadcasting.
Veoh: http://www.veoh.com 53 million videos viewed each month (.6% market share). Offers an easy-to-use embeddable player, revenue-sharing, and desktop software (for downloading and viewing videos over 45 minutes long as well as to record videos for later viewing). As a Veoh Pro user (free), you can share revenue 50/50 as well as sell or rent video downloads via Veoh's ecommerce system. Veoh also provides video search to find free content anywhere on the web. CBS allows you to watch free, full-length episides of many of their most popular shows via Veoh.
Viacom Digital: 281 million videos viewed each month (3.1% market share, #4). 22.7 million unique viewers in July 2007.
Viddler: http://www.viddler.com You can upload many videos at once in a variety of formats. Videos can be up to 500 Mb. Tags can be timed along the timeline of the video; so can comments from others. You can also record direct to Viddler with a webcam. Viddler is a fresh, creative web application that lets you upload, enhance, and share digital video quickly and easily inside your web browser.
Video Egg: http://www.videoegg.com Offers 50 million viewers a month on imeem, Metacafe, and BuzzNet. As a publishing website, you can earn money delivering their ads into any video player or Flash widget. Find out more here: http://www.videoegg.com/adplatform.
VideoEgg is the pioneering video ad network for online communities. We connect brands to consumers with video and rich media across a network of more than 200 leading video and gaming sites, social networks and applications. ... We have 200 sites and applications in our network including over a hundred of the top Facebook apps, as well as leading social network and video communities like Bebo, Hi5, imeem, and Buzznet.
Video Jug: http://www.videojug.com An encyclopedia of everything, all done in video.
Vidiac: http://www.vidiac.com Allows website owners to create video channels. Does not seem very easy to use.
Vidilife: http://www.vidilife.com A photo and video-sharing website with email, blogs, and friends for social networking.
VidLit: http://www.vidlit.com This is apparently a video-sharing and production service for book trailers, but you would never know by visiting the website since there is no description of its purpose anywhere on the website. I looked. Very odd.
Vimeo: http://www.vimeo.com Allows you to exchange videos with others and restrict who can see your videos. Designed to be a family-safe alternative to many other video-sharing sites. Viewers are allowed to download your original video to their computer.
VMix: http://www.vmix.com Allows users to share videos and music. Their VMix Core platform allows for enterprise-wide video and social networking.
VodPod: http://www.vodpod.com Allows you to search for videos, create a collection of your favorite videos, and then share them with others. Once you create a channel, you can use their widgets to share the videos you've collected in your blog sidebar or on your website. To search YouTube, MySpace, Daily Motion, Comedy Central, and other video-sharing sites, just type in your keywords and see what VodPod collects for you. An a-list site for marketing books and websites via video sharing.
VSocial: http://www.vsocial.com Their V:sandbox (http://www.vsocial.com/vsandbox) allows anyone to share videos for free. Their Connect service allows small to medium businesses to create branded video channels. Their Engage service allows bigger companies and agencies to create video-driven branded social networking communities. For example, Ragan Communications created MyRaganTV.com to provide blogging, forums, social networks, chat, bulletin boards, video-sharing and more for companies.
VuMe: http://www.vume.com Pays a guaranteed $3.00 per thousand clicks on your original videos, audios, and photos showcased there.
WebFives: http://www.webfives.com Formerly known as Vizrea, this video-haring site was recently bought by Microsoft and will be closed by the end of 2007.
Yahoo Video: http://video.yahoo.com Yahoo's answer to Google Video. 390 million videos viewed each month (4.3% market share, #2). 35.3 million unique viewers (July 2007). Search: http://video.search.yahoo.com.
You Are TV: http://www.youare.tv Motto: The best independent films, shows, and videos online. Channels include action/adventure, animation, comedy, documentary, drama, experimental, family, foreign, horrow, independent, kids, mockumentary, music, news, people/places, reality, romance, sciFi/fantasy, sports, tech, and thrillers. I'm not impressed with its video player.
YouPorn: http://www.youporn.com An hard-core sex video-sharing website with 15 million visitors per month. It is the number one adult site in the world.
YouTube: http://www.youtube.com The biggest video-sharing website now owned by Google. 2.4 billion videos viewed each month on YouTube (a 27% market share). 67.8 million unique viewers (July 2007). This is the most important and influential video-sharing website. The one you must use to share every video you make. Note: YouTube does not allow videos longer than 10 minutes.
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