An uplifting video well worth sharing. :-)
Comparison of the legal terms / conditions of popular video hosting sites. Looks like blip.tv comes out ahead.
Best video formats for uploading to YouTube.
Viddler is a video publishing web site with some advanced features. Tag points in a clip, upload directly, etc. It's like YouTube improved.
A video hosting, remixing, etc site. They share ad revenue with producers 50/50 and allow you to sell your own ads for a 10% cut. Nice.
VideJug is a YouTube like video hosting site, which seems to focus on training videos. Training is very broadly used though, anything from "Avoid Trapped Arm Whilst Cuddling In Bed " to using RSS.
A video recruitment site where prospective employers record videos describing their positions which are hosted on YouTube.
Video broadcasting through flash from your mobile, video camera, web cam, etc. It's like YouTube but live data (I think).
5min allows you to upload howto videos, similarly to YouTube but with additional features specific to that market like slow motion.
Create your own YouTube using opensource tools.
Enterprise level, white lable video hosting, serving, monetisation, etc from BrightCove.
Video hosting site with privacy options, an alternative to YouTube perhaps?