Video Sharing Websites
— 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.
http://www.photorem.com — Allows you to
edit and upload photos, videos, slideshows, and other documents for free and
then share them with others via email or embedding on your site.
Plum TV: http://www.plumtv.com — A local online and cable TV channel in the following
cities: Vail, Aspen, and Telluride, Colorado; Hamptons, New York; Martha's
Vineyard and Nantucket, Massachusetts; Sun Valley, Idaho; and Miami Beach, Florida.
http://www.postsecretcommunity.com/video — If you want to share a secret via
video, go to this page after you have first uploaded your video to YouTube. If
they like your secret, they will post your video here.
http://www.qik.com — Allows users to stream live video from a mobile phone,
allowing users to share their lives with friends, family, and the world.
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.
Rip.tv: http://www.rip.tv — Rip.tv is the Action Sports Media Network, syndicating
producer content: “1) offline on both high definition and standard definition
television networks, 2) online through major youth portals as well as 3) via
mobile service providers. Rip sells producer content via digital download and
DVD sales.” While it offers channels devoted to skiing, snowboarding,
skateboarding, mountain biking, and surfing, they are committed to supporting
producers of all sorts of action sports videos.
Click on the letters below for video sharing websites by alphabet:
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