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YouTube is the king—our collective memories. But there are other good ones out there.

DailyMotion
A place where you can discover content you love from around the world, live or on demand: sports competitions, music festivals, comedy skits, political debates, fashion shows, gaming live-streams…Our viewers can follow, watch and share the events and the ideas that keep the world surprising and diverse as they happen.

Justin Thiele’s Concert Archive
Justin Thiele likes going to concerts. He has, according to a headline at the site, posted 159 concerts and 358 bands at 57 venues and 11 locations. Certainly, some of those are from other people. The videos from some of those performances are here. It’s a fun site to surf.

Henry Mancini

Vevo
The world’s largest all-premium music video provider, offering artists a global platform with enormous scale through its distribution partners. Vevo connects artists with their audience globally via music videos and original content, working directly with them to find unique ways to bring their music to life. Vevo also works with emerging artists, providing them with a platform of global scale and reach, to find and grow their audience.

Vimeo
Vimeo was born in 2004, created by a group of filmmakers who wanted an easy and beautiful way to share videos with their friends. Word started to spread, and an insanely supportive community of creators began to blossom. Now Vimeo is home to more than 90,000 creators worldwide.

WatchMojo
As one of the most subscribed-to channels on YouTube, WatchMojo produces Top 10 lists and more on Movies, Music, Television, Anime, Sports, History, News, Video Games, and all things Pop Culture.

YouTube
The mother ship.

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