These services are called video hostings, because they are sites created to store video and watch it. Some of them are equipped with a unique player and monetization system.
- Facebook Watch
Is the world's most famous hosting service that provides users with tens of thousands of new videos every day. According to Google, it provides six billion hours of video every day. The site makes it possible to upload videos in high resolution, broadcast, communicate with subscribers in comments and earn money from advertising
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Works on the principle of recommendations. Users can subscribe to the category they are interested in. The content of the service is original and is created specifically for the platform. Monetization is carried out through advertising inserts in the middle of the video, from which the author receives more than 50% of income
Short six-second vines got their name thanks to the Vine app. This service was the first to introduce and popularize the format of short non-advertising videos on social networks.
The very special feature of the Twitch.tv platform is the audience of gamers who are interested in online games. Twitch does not allow you to download content, because the streaming direction of the resource does not provide for this. Live broadcasts are monetized by user donations.
Is a fast sign-up platform that gives users two accounts to choose from. Users without status can upload 500 MB of non-commercial video content per week. Pro owners have 50 GB of storage for commercial and non-commercial videos. Basically, Vimeo specializes in music videos without advertising.
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