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Readers' Choice: Top 10 video websites

Your favourite video sites revealed

With the wealth of good-quality, free video content available on the web, the only difficulty is deciding what to watch and where. PC Advisor readers recommend the finest online clip joints for music videos, TV episodes, films, humour, gaming, nature and more.

Onion News Network

Recommended by: tonym1978

Web-humour giant The Onion now produces a steady stream of video content. "The Onion's brand of satire, whimsy and deadpan profanity is greately enhanced when delivered by straight-faced news presenters," notes tonym1978.

Recent highlights include Kim Jong-Il’s plan to tow the moon to North Korea and the fictional MacBook Wheel (pictured).

Onion News Network

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TV.com

Recommended by: MAT

A hefty buzz is starting to surround US television network CBS’s TV.com, which swallowed up the cult listings site TVTome.com in 2005 and seems likely to be the focus of its digital content in the near future.

Details are scarce, but it’s rumoured that visitors will soon be allowed to stream full episodes of shows such as 'Lost', 'Family Guy' and the guilty pleasure 'How I Met Your Mother', along with some HD content. For the moment, however, video is largely limited to brief clips, promotional interviews and adverts.

"TV.com is going to be huge in 2009," writes MAT. "Watch this space."

TV.com

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