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Video Websites

Watch Videos Online on your favorite websites like Youtube, Google video, Mega Video, Blinx Remote, Metacafe, Yahoo Video, Bing Video

Truveo, Myspace Video, AOL Video, MSN Video, National Geographic Video, Nasa Video, Discovery Video, Rediff Video, Clip Junkie, Dailymotion,

Academic Earth, Khan Academy, Learners TV, School Tube, Veoh, Break.

Educational Video Websites

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Khan Academy
The Khan Academy is a not-for-profit educational organization created by Salman Khan. With the stated mission of "providing a high quality education to anyone, anywhere", the website supplies a free online collection of over 2,200 micro lectures via video tutorials stored on YouTube teaching mathematics, history, finance, physics, chemistry, biology, astronomy, and economics.
Learners TV This is a comprehensive site providing thousands of downloadable Video lectures, Live Online Tests,etc in the fields of Biology, Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Computer Science, Engineering, Medicine, Management and Accounting, Dentistry, Nursing, Psychology, History, Language Training, Literature, Law, Economics, Philosophy etc FREE to its visitors... This site provides free video and audio lectures of whole courses conducted by faculty from reputed universities around the world. Science Animations provide students with fun and innovative ways of learning. Free live timed online tests with instant feedback and explanations will help you refine your test taking skills. Most of the materials offered are licensed by the respective institutes under a Creative Commons License. 
School Tube
SchoolTube is a video sharing website for K-12 education. It was created in response to large-scale access restriction of mainstream video-sharing sites in public schools in the United States.[2] Launched in 2007, the company is based in St. Louis, MO.
Imagine hundreds of thousands of great short videos, and other media, explaining every topic taught to school kids. Imagine them rated and sorted into a giant Directory, making them simple to find. WatchKnow--as in, "You watch, you know"--is a non-profit online community devoted to this goal.
This website is for  organize the world's educational videos and make them universally accessible and down-loadable. To change the way we learn, to revolutionize the education system and rise the quality of education.
Free homework help videos covering every topic in Math (Algebra 1, Geometry, Algebra 2, Trigonometry, Precalculus & Calculus) and Science (Biology, Chemistry & Physics)     * Great SAT, ACT, PSAT and AP Test Prep programs     * A community of over 180,000 active learners
This website's goal is to provide an online community for sharing instructional videos. We seek to fill a need for a more educationally focused, safe venue for teachers, schools, and home learners. It is a site to provide anytime, anywhere professional development with teachers teaching teachers. As well, it is a site where teachers can post videos designed for students to view in order to learn a concept or skill.
Collection of Free online educational videos, lessons, quizzes, games and puzzles.
List of Video Websites
YouTube is a video-sharing website on which users can upload, share, and view videos, created by three former PayPal employees in February 2005.[3]
The company is based in San Bruno, California, and uses Adobe Flash Video technology to display a wide variety of user-generated video content, including movie clips, TV clips, and music videos, as well as amateur content such as video blogging and short original videos. Most of the content on YouTube has been uploaded by individuals, although media corporations including CBS, BBC, Vevo and other organizations offer some of their material via the site, as part of the YouTube partnership program.[4]
Unregistered users may watch videos, and registered users may upload an unlimited number of videos. Videos that are considered to contain potentially offensive content are available only to registered users 18 and older. In November 2006, YouTube, LLC was bought by Google Inc. for $1.65 billion, and now operates as a subsidiary of Google.
Google video 
Google Videos is a free video sharing website and also a video search engine from Google Inc. Google Videos allows selected videos to be remotely embedded on other websites and provides the necessary HTML code alongside the media, similar to YouTube. This allows for websites to host large amounts of video remotely on Google Videos without running into bandwidth or storage capacity issues.
The service was launched on January 25, 2005.[1] On October 9, 2006, Google bought former competitor YouTube. Google announced on June 13, 2007 that the Google Videos search results would begin to include videos discovered by their search crawlers on other hosting services, in YouTube and user uploads.[2] Search result links now open a frameset with a Google Videos header at the top, and the original player page below it, similar to the way the Google Images search results are presented. In 2009, Google discontinued the ability to upload videos to Google's web servers.[3]
Mega Video 
Megaupload is an online Hong Kong-based company established in 2005 for the use of uploading and downloading files. It includes a video browsing section in the site Megavideo, MegaLive, MegaPix and Megabox as well as a sister company called Megaporn (formerly Megarotic) which hosts user uploaded pornographic content.
Blinx Remote 
blinkx is the world’s largest and most advanced video search engine. 
Founded in 2004 by Suranga Chandratillake, the company completed a tremendously successful IPO on the London Stock Exchange (AIM) in May, 2007 rising in the first week of trading to a market capitalization of US$350M, with headquarters in San Francisco, CA and the UK. 
blinkx has built a reputation as the Remote Control for the Video Web. Now, with an index of over 35 million hours of searchable video and more than 720 media partnerships, including national broadcasters, commercial media giants, and private video libraries, it has cemented its position as the premier destination for online TV. 
blinkx pioneered video search on the Internet, developing an engine based on technology that was conceived at Cambridge University, enhanced by $150M in R&D over 12 years, and is now protected by 111 patents. 
Metacafe is a community based video sharing web site, that specializes in short-form original entertainment, where users upload, view and share video clips.
The company is headquartered in Palo Alto, California, with offices in Tel Aviv and New York. Metacafe is privately held and its investors include Accel Partners, Benchmark Capital, DAG Ventures and Highland Capital Partners.
Metacafe is similar to other video viewing websites such as YouTube or Dailymotion, but with several differences. Core differentiators include duplication elimination, a different type of Adult content filtering, a community member reviewer panel, VideoRank, and Wiki-editing of metadata.
Yahoo Video
Yahoo! Video is a video sharing website on which users can upload and share videos. The service is owned and created by Yahoo!. Yahoo! Video began as an internet-wide video search engine and added the ability to upload and share video clips in June 2006. A re-designed site was launched in February 2008 that changed the focus to Yahoo-hosted video only. The site now consolidates all premium video from across Yahoo! properties with user-uploaded video.
The free service provides users with a means to search and play videos, save videos to their 'favourites', subscribe to channels, create playlists, and embed videos in web pages and blog posts. The homepage contains editorially-featured videos that change daily and skew towards comedy, viral videos, talented users, odd stuff, animation, and premium entertainment content.
Yahoo! Video accepts videos in WMV, ASF, QT, MOD, MOV, MPG, 3GP, 3GP2 or AVI formats and transcodes to a 700 kpbs bitrate. Video playback is in Flash and presented in a 16:9 aspect ratio by default.
Bing Video
Bing Videos (previously Live Search Video) is a video search service and part of Microsoft's Bing search engine. The service enables users to search and view videos across various websites. Bing Videos was officially released on September 26, 2007 as Live Search Video, and rebranded as Bing Videos on June 3, 2009. The feature has been removed from the "Bing at a glance" feature list as of April 6, 2010.[1]
Truveo is a search engine for Web video, based in San Francisco and operated by AOL. Truveo was founded in 2004 by Timothy Tuttle and Adam Beguelin.[1] Truveo launched its first commercial video search service in September 2005.[2] Truveo was acquired by AOL in January 2006.[3] The name Truveo is a combination of the modern French verb trouver (meaning "to find") and the Latin term video (meaning "I see").
In addition to operating its own search engine at, Truveo powers video search on hundreds[4] of websites including AOL Video, AOL Search, Microsoft websites, Sports Illustrated, Brightcove, CBS Radio websites, Qwest, CNET, CSTV, Excite, Flock, Infospace, Kosmix, Netvibes, Pageflakes, Widgetbox, and others.[5][6][7]
Myspace Video
Myspace,[6] stylized My_____[7] and previously MySpace, is a social networking website. Its headquarters are in Beverly Hills, California[8] where it shares an office building with its immediate owner, News Corp. Digital Media, owned by News Corporation. Myspace became the most popular social networking site in the United States in June 2006.[9] According to comScore, Myspace was overtaken internationally by its main competitor, Facebook, in April 2008, based on monthly unique visitors.[10][11] Myspace employs 1,000 employees, after laying off 30% of its workforce in June 2009;[3] the company does not disclose revenues or profits separately from News Corporation. Quantcast estimates MySpace's monthly U.S. unique visitors at 43.2 million.[12]
AOL Video
AOL Inc. (NYSE: AOL, stylized as "Aol.", and formerly known as America Online) is an American global Internet services and media company.[3][4] AOL is headquartered at 770 Broadway in New York.[5][6] Founded in 1983 as Control Video Corporation, it has franchised its services to companies in several nations around the world or set up international versions of its services.[7]
MSN Video
MSN Video is an Australian video streaming service from ninemsn[1] as well as a United Kingdom internet television service from MSN. It was rebranded on March 11, 2010[2].
The previous incarnation of MSN Video was launched in 2004 as an internet video streaming service created and run by Microsoft, now known as Bing Video. It featured various content, including music videos, JibJab animated shorts, IFILM picks, viral videos, original content, TV shows such as Arrested Development, and news shorts. It also hosted the semi-finalists for Film Your Issue. MSN Soapbox was initially an invitation-only beta service under the family of MSN Video products, designed to be a major contributor to the MSN portal. MSN Video was known as a user-generated content service in 2007 and 2008.[3] The MSN Soapbox service was discontinued in August 2009.[4] Reed Smith, editor in chief of MSN Video and Entertainment, accepted the 2007 Marketer of the Year Award from the Direct Marketing Association on behalf of Microsoft-MSN.[5]
National Geographic Video 
The National Geographic Society (NGS), headquartered in Washington, D.C. in the United States, is one of the largest non-profit scientific and educational institutions in the world. Its interests include geography, archaeology and natural science, the promotion of environmental and historical conservation, and the study of world culture and history. The National Geographic Society’s logo is a yellow portraitframe - rectangular in shape - which appears on the margins surrounding the front covers of its magazines and as its channel logo.
Nasa Video 
The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA, pronounced /ˈnæsə/) is an Executive Branch agency of the United States government, responsible for the nation's civilian space program and aeronautics and aerospace research. Since February 2006, NASA's self-described mission statement is to "pioneer the future in space exploration, scientific discovery and aeronautics research."[4]
NASA was established by the National Aeronautics and Space Act on July 29, 1958, replacing its predecessor, the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics (NACA). The agency became operational on October 1, 1958.[5][6] NASA has led U.S. efforts for space exploration since, including the Apollo moon-landing missions, the Skylab space station, and later the Space Shuttle. Currently, NASA is supporting the International Space Station and has been developing the manned Orion spacecraft.
 Rediff Video India (NASDAQ: REDF) is a news, information, entertainment, and shopping portal. It was founded in 1996[2] as "Rediff On The NeT"[3] and is headquartered in Mumbai, India with offices in New Delhi and New York City, USA.[4]
According to Alexa,[5] Rediff is the No. 10 Indian web portal.[6] . It has more than 316 employees.[7] 89.1% of the millions of visitors[8] to are from India, while the rest come primarily from the USA (3.4%) and China.[9] In April 2001, acquired and began offering India Abroad.[10] It is ranked 146 on Alexa.[11] was the first .com domain name registered in India in 1996.[12]
Clip Junkie
Collecition of Funny videos
Dailymotion is a video sharing service website, headquartered in the 18th arrondissement, Paris, France.[1] According to Comscore, Dailymotion is the largest video site in the world after YouTube.
As of October 2010[update], the site was getting over 72 million unique visitors monthly and is one of the top 50 most visited website in the world.[2]
Since February 18, 2008, the site supports video content that can play at 720p on a HD set, but the bit rate is significantly less than the 5–9 megabits for expected HD quality.[3]
On January 25th, 2011, France Telecom's Orange entered exclusive negotiations with Dailymotion with a view to acquiring a 49% stake in the company for EUR 58.8M (hence valuing the company at EUR120M).[4]
Academic Earth, 
Academic Earth is a website launched March 24, 2009, by Richard Ludlow[1][2] which offers free online video lectures from universities such as UC Berkeley, UCLA, Harvard, MIT, Princeton, Stanford, and Yale[3] in the subjects of Astronomy, Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Economics, Engineering, English, Entrepreneurship, History, Law, Mathematics, Medicine, Philosophy, Physics, Political Science, Psychology, and Religion.[4]
Veoh is an Internet television company based in San Diego, California. It allows users to find and watch major studio content, independent productions and user-generated material. Content is significantly restricted to access just within the United States.[3][4] The company is a subsidiary of Israeli start-up Qlipso.
The company received media attention[5] after Michael Eisner, a former Disney chairman, joined the board. In April 2006, he was one of the investors (along with Time Warner) in the US$12.5 million second round of financing for Veoh and re-affirmed his status in August 2007 as an investor in the company's US$25 million Series C financing round.
Break Media is a leading creator, publisher, and distributor of digital entertainment content including video, editorial, and games. The company’s properties include the largest humor site online——as well as MadeMan, GameFront, HolyTaco, ScreenJunkies, CagePotato, AllLeftTurns, Chickipedia, and TuVez. The Break Media Creative Lab is an in-house production studio creating original videos that range from award-winning branded entertainment to celebrity-driven web shorts to viral one-offs. The Break Media Network represents hundreds of publishers as one of the largest video advertising networks online, reaching more than 125 million visitors each month. For more information, visit
Videojug is an instructional video website,[1] It launched as a beta online in 2006. The website provides both professionally made videos produced internally,[2] as well as videos produced by and uploaded by amateurs.[3]
The company originally produced videos in Spain and London and in 2006 opened studios in Santa Monica (Los Angeles) in the USA. During 2007 the company claimed to be making up to 800 videos per week.
The website was founded by David Tabizel who had management positions in or founded several companies prior to VideoJug. These include: Demon Internet, Durlacher Corporation, 365 Corporation, Autonomy Corporation and Rage Software. Other founders include Dan Thompson, who had previously been CEO of 365 Corporation and Renegade Software as well as Rupert Ashe (CEO Focus Communications).