News & Business Video Sites
BlueGalBlog with political videos that skew left as its name suggests
KansasCity.comVideos featuring all the news and top stories from Kansas City.
Information WeekCome here for the latest videos on topics like personal technology, security, and Web 2.0
Miami HeraldGet up to date on the latest events on the official video news page of the Miami Herald.
The OlympianKeep up on local news from the state of Washington with these videos from The Olympian.
GnoozeHumorous political vlog talking covering the top three stories of the day hosted by Marta Costel...
AOL On- NewsAll the latest news at your fingertips.
United LibertyPolitical news website with videos covering the libertarian point of view
McClatchyOfficial video page from McClatchy's roster of news bureaus
JustNewsKeep abreast of all the local video news from Miami, Florida.
Express & StarStay informed with these videos covering regional British news.
National PostOfficial video page for Canada's National Post
Click On DetroitStay informed of local video news from the city of Detroit.
News LiteDon't have time for the news? Get the abbreviated version here.
Raw StoryPopular liberal website with frequently updated videos
Haaretz.comNews and business website from Israel that has its own video page.
ChannelWeb VideoA video community of technology product vendors and distributors with business tools
Etalks.tvVideo community for talks, lectures, and debates inside Europe.
Syracuse.comCheck out local news from Syracuse.com's video page.
CBS2 - ChicagoStay on top of local news from Chicago.
KoinLocal6Find all the local video news you need from the Portland, Oregon area.
Ask KidsAsk.com has its own video search engine catered specifically to kids.
AdWeekCovers print and online advertising trends on video with interviews with top media moguls.
Al JazeeraGet the latest news and reports from all over the world.
Human Rights WatchIndependent organization with videos highlighting inhumane conduct around the world.
Seattle PIOfficial video blog page of the Seattle Post-Intelligencer.