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video sharing site

A website that lets people upload and share their video clips with the public at large or to invited guests. Acquired by Google in 2006, YouTube became the most popular video sharing site on the Web. See YouTube, Vimeo and media sharing site. See also document sharing site.
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March 9, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Online video sharing has become the backbone of today's most successful marketing campaigns.
She said that every Muslim country of the world has lifted the ban on YouTube, adding that the video sharing website also can be accessed through proxy.
London, June 29 ( ANI ): Twitter's video-sharing service Vine has reportedly seen a downfall in user-sharing following Facebook's addition of video sharing to its photo service Instagram.
However, besides video sharing, the YouTube was also considered an effective research tool and information source that had been used by the youngsters for research.
US communications holding company AT&T (NYSE:T) on Thursday introduce its new cloud-based photo and video sharing app, the AT&T Locker.
Aylus Networks[TM], a leading provider of infrastructure for enabling live mobile video services, announced today the world's first live mobile video sharing to Facebook, Twitter and other social networks at the GSMA Mobile World Congress Show in Barcelona, Spain.
MUSCAT: The first interactive bilingual community video sharing platform, OmanVideos.
Lawyers using social networking and video sharing Web sites for commercial purposes must adhere to the lawyer advertising rules, according to the Bar's Standing Committee on Advertising.
has launched software that allows webmasters to quickly and easily host a video sharing community website, allowing users to upload, share, view and rate videos.
Fastlink, part of the Mobile Telecommunication Group (MTC), launched a new photo and video sharing service in cooperation with IKBIS.
YouTube is reportedly the only video sharing site to gain an audience of tens of millions, although other sites such as Revver already offer split advertising revenue systems for users uploading original content.
THE Bishop of Lichfield has turned to a video sharing website to encourage more people to attend Sunday services.