Veoh is one of those fine, almost philanthropical, online sites that manages to anchor you to the rest of the world. While it's reasonably easy to keep abreast of the big stories around the world it's not so simple to discover all the underlying things that are going on. While they might not be quite so earth shattering they are just as fascinating. Veoh is a free movie, tv and video tool that let's you into the lives of some of the smaller people out there by gathering together a VAST selection of HD quality video programming from around the world.
Veoh is a web site that’s headed for your TV. It’s also the name for a suite of applications for collecting, publishing, and watching a vast selection of HD-quality video programming. Veoh is a diverse, virtual community of indie publishers coming together for a new audiences. It's a simple enough tool to use based in a stark black interface that's easy to navigate. Just choose from one of the twenty or so categories from most popular to web videos via sections on how-to and animation, news and sports from all around the world and you are presented with a plethora of choices. You'll be fascinated for hours with the volume and diversity of articles and videos on offer.
Veoh was developed by a whole bunch of entertainment industry insiders, outsiders, and technologists. Hence it's diversity of content. One minute you could bewitching female skydivers talking about skin care, the next it could be the Rugby World Cup from New Zealand. Then maybe you could zap over to the Zeitgeist Addendum or see a report from Nepal TV. I told you it was fascinating but you didn't believe me, did you. I really like Veoh. In this high tech world of ours it's easy to see the wood but not the trees sometimes. Veoh let's you inspect the trunk, the branches and the leaves.