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What websites are similar to YouTube?

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There are many streaming video sites on the Internet. Some of them are similar to YouTube and promote social video sharing, while others offer more specialized content.

Vimeo is a video sharing site that was created by filmmakers. The site is praised for its high video quality and lack of intrusive advertising. DailyMotion is a site that is similar to Youtube in terms of content, including live events and movies. Hulu is a video site that streams episodes of network television series online. Ustream is a live streaming site that allows amateurs and professionals alike to host streaming broadcasts, complete with live chat and archived episodes.


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