Explaining Your Issue

The power of free video sharing websites such as YouTube and Blip.TV can ensure that if you have a video explaining your cause, anyone with access to broadband internet will be able to watch it. They also make it easier to embed videos into your own website. However, you should be aware that these sites will and do censor video postings. If you are posting sensitive materials that you need to share primarily with your allies, rather than with a large audience, then you should consider alternatives like Witness' Hub or Engage Media's Plumi.


  • Web-based application to share video. You can only upload videos that are up to 1 GB in size and not longer than 10 minutes in length. There is no limit to the number of videos you can upload.

  • Web-based application for sharing video. You can upload video files up to 1 GB in size. Blip.tv can host an unlimited number of videos for as long as you like. Cross-post videos to other video services that you choose. RSS feed of videos so others can subscribe or you can integrate video onto other web pages.

  • It gives human rights defenders and advocates a place to store and share multimedia, such as video and photos for use in campaigns.

  • Russian-language website that functions like YouTube.

  • A web-based video sharing site.

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