Video hosting

Hi Lovvies,

Well, we've run into another problem with the video hosting services. Since I don't have "the express written consent of Major League Baseball and the Atlanta Braves", our videos have been removed from a remote hosting site yet again, and the account has been closed. While I understand why -- it's not my original content and I'm not paying MLB/the Braves for the rights to stream their content -- I don't really understand why those of you who don't have access to local cable shouldn't be allowed to see an occasional Braves Live interview. I've never recorded and rebroadcast an entire game or program; I just offer bits and pieces that I feel draw more fans into the game!

If you have any suggestions, I would appreciate hearing them. Sites I cannot use include YouTube, Google,, and while Photobucket works (for now), the video quality is very poor. I am not interested in selling the blog, selling the rights to the blog, or having the entire blog hosted on another website. I just need a place for our videos or the videos are going to completely stop. The hosting site will need to be able to handle a lot of traffic and multiple viewings of each video (yes, I know you all do that!), and the videos range in length from approximately 10 seconds to 4 minutes. I am certain that other mainstream sites -- Tinypic, MySpace, Facebook, etc. -- will shut the videos down just as quickly as YouTube does.

Please email me with suggestions or post them in the comments. Thank you for your contributions to this community!


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