PeerTube, the Fediverse's alternative to YouTube, uses peer-to-peer technology so that anyone can host their own video service without any data centres.
You can find out more at https://joinpeertube.org
PeerTube also now includes support for livestreaming.
You can run your own instance without technical knowledge by using a managed hosting service such as https://federation.spacebear.ee
Some good PeerTube instances with interesting content to explore include:
When you're browsing a PeerTube instance, you can follow an account by clicking on "Subscribe". This works even if you don't have a PeerTube account, because it allows follows from Mastodon too.
@feditips Thanks for giving an overview of "Some good PeerTube instances".
What were your criteria for selecting these 8 #PeerTube instances? Uptime? Moderation? Instance rules? Most recent PeerTube release? Long-term commitment to run the instance?
Thanks in advance. I am looking for a reliable and non-fake-news instance and I had been dissapointed twice so far.
@feditips Also note that you can create a Matrix room, add the RSS Bot and subscribe to a Peertube channel -> you got a chat room about the channel with automatic notifications when content is added. Magic of open standards.