I go back to 2005 on this list, when Mike Hudack (co-founder of
Blip.tv) & Steve Chen (co-founder of Youtube) were around & feeling
out "web video".
About a year ago, co-founders Mike & Dina Kaplan (?) left. Was there
a change in direction by Blip.tv?
I've been using Blip.tv as a video-host, Blogger as video-blog
(embedding Blip.tv videos & iPod compatible video "enclosures"),
iTunes as video-podcaster.
I just tried to setup a Blip.tv account, to hose videos for my "2013
Rose Bowl pre-event" coverage,
but was denied:
> Are You Serious About Your Web Series?
> Submit your application to join the Blip family of producers.
> If you've got a series, a dream, and a plan, then we want to hear
> about it! Approved series get access to our suite of producer tools
> and services.
> Please note that not all applications are approved. If you plan on
> creating one-time standalone videos, or you just need a video
> hosting provider, we are not the place for you.
Can someone recommend a suitable video-host? I see Vimeo is pretty
popular, but is there a paywall? Is Youtube an option?
[ I always resisted, since they claim ownership of video..is this
still the case? Plus, it never fit the rigid definition of video-
blogging. You end up setting up a Youtube channel with episodes ]
Is Youtube the "600lb gorilla" in web-video, & taken over?
What about iTunes video-podcast, how does it rank versus Youtube?
Where do people host iTunes videos?
You can see my video-blogging, using Blip.tv, Blogger, iTunes at
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