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Online video sharing platform which strives to have Christian content. Wikipedia

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    Paid image sharing, image hosting service, and online video platform on which users can upload photos and videos. The company also facilitates the sale of digital and print media for amateur and professional photographers. Wikipedia

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    American video-sharing platform headquartered in San Bruno, California. Three former PayPal employees—Chad Hurley, Steve Chen, and Jawed Karim—created the service in February 2005. Wikipedia

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    Japanese video-sharing service on the web. Japanese ideophone for smiling. Wikipedia

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  • LiveLeak

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    American video-sharing website headquartered in Chicago, Illinois. Created by Steven Galanis along with co-founders Martin Blencowe and Devon Spinnler Townsend in 2016. Wikipedia

  • Crosswalk.com

    Christian website, operated by the Salem Web Network, a division of Salem Communications. Crosswalk.com's slogan is "The Intersection of Faith and Life", and the site offers news, educational articles and other resources for Christians. Wikipedia

  • Colombian video sharing website that operates under the Canadian-based brand name Citytv, which is licensed to the Colombian newspaper El Tiempo from Rogers Media. Created by El Tiempo Publishing Company in order to compete with other popular video sharing websites such as YouTube and Metacafe with the difference being that it targets a Colombian audience. Wikipedia

  • Dutch video and photo sharing website, owned by News Media, which is owned by the Telegraaf Media Groep. Originally launched by the Dutch blog and news website GeenStijl in January 2007. Wikipedia

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  • They recorded a song called, "Hey (Not Worth The Worry)" and released it as a single in 2009, and was available for a free download on Tangle.ZOEgirl-Wikipedia
  • He also has video devotionals for several songs on YouTube and GodTube.Jeremy Camp-Wikipedia
  • Fox News obliquely compared it with other new conservative websites competing with mainstream ones, such as MyChurch, a Christian version of social networking site MySpace, and GodTube, a Christian version of video site YouTube.Conservapedia-Wikipedia
  • Hawkins began to release his comedy on the Internet, with his videos gaining more than 200 million views on YouTube, GodTube, and Facebook as of early 2013.Tim Hawkins-Wikipedia
  • Chris Wyatt, ComStar's chief executive officer and founder of religious website Godtube, commented: "We are not creating another religious network but rather a family-values channel. We've tapped into a huge underserved market and have the opportunity over time to increase distribution to exceed 40 million homes."Youtoo America-Wikipedia
  • Conservapedia's use of Wikipedia's format to create a conservative Christian alternative encyclopedia has been mirrored by other sites, such as GodTube, QubeTV and MyChurch, which adopted the format of the more prominent YouTube and MySpace, respectively.Conservapedia-Wikipedia
  • The videos were placed on YouTube and GodTube for audiences to view and vote on.Drew Marshall-Wikipedia
  • It premiered at tangle.com during the week of March 20, 2009.The Motions (song)-Wikipedia
  • Why I Hate Religion, But Love Jesus is a viral video created by Christian speaker Jefferson Bethke, who uploaded his work that rose him to fame onto YouTube and GodTube, under the screenname bball1989.Why I Hate Religion, But Love Jesus-Wikipedia
  • YouTube, Google Videos, Godtube, and other video-sharing websites have numerous variations of this message in video clips of varying lengths, in both English and Spanish (subtitles or with a translator), with various video and musical backdrops, and user views reaching into the multi-millions.S. M. Lockridge-Wikipedia

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