Tudou TV is the top online video sharing platform in China and has attracted a growing number of fans from all over the world. It’s especially popular amongst young people and college students. The way Tudou TV is set up and worked out, it could compete with YouTube in terms of all-around video content, reliability and quality. Tudou TV has become your favorite place for watching fun videos. But there are some problems we have to admit about Tudou TV, for instance poor English subtitle support, need to download separate players like VLC, no HD video support etc. That is why I have collected other excellent Tudou TV alternatives.
PPTV is a site that offers live streaming of Chinese TV channels. It has some of the most popular shows from China, including those from CCTV and Hunan TV. The site also offers movies and music videos in addition to its TV shows.
IFVOD is a Chinese video sharing platform, which provides users with a variety of high-quality video content, including movies, TV series, documentaries and other entertainment programs. It has more than 10 million registered users from around the world. As an online video platform with a large number of users, IFVOD is not only watching movies and TV shows, but also providing its own exclusive content (including movie trailers and music videos).
PPS.TV is another great source for Chinese TV shows and movies. The site also has some English content, so you can watch your favorite American movies as well on there if you want to practice your English skills while watching movies!
Baidu TV is a much smaller site compared to PPTV and PPS.TV, but it still has some good stuff on there! It offers live streaming of Chinese TV channels such as BTV, CRI and CCTV News Channel International (CCTV-9). You can also watch some episodes of popular Chinese shows like “The Voice” (a singing competition show), “Happy Camp” (a variety show) and “New My Fair Princess” (a drama series). There are even some episodes of American shows like “The Big Bang Theory” available
iQiyi, founded in 2010, is one of the most popular online video platforms in China. It has also been called “China’s Netflix” or Hulu. iQiyi is owned by Baidu, the leading Chinese search engine company, and can be accessed through the iQiyi app, which can be downloaded from Google Play Store and Apple App Store.
Vimeo Video Sharing
Vimeo is a video sharing site that allows users to upload, share and view videos online. It was founded by the same people who founded YouTube, but it is much different than YouTube in terms of how it works and its features. Vimeo was launched in 2004 and since then has become one of the most popular video sharing sites on the internet with over 200 million registered users. The site allows users to upload any type of video including music videos, documentaries and short films among others (just like Tudou TV).
Youku is one of the most popular streaming sites in China and it has also gained worldwide popularity for its variety of programs and movies. You can watch videos on Youku without registration or logging in, but if you want to watch premium content, you will need to create an account with them first.
Hulu is one of the most popular streaming services in the US with millions of users across the world. It offers a wide range of content from movies and TV shows to documentaries and anime series. It has different plans for different features like ad-free viewing experience, extra storage space etc. You can also use Hulu with Roku or Chromecast devices to enjoy watching TV shows and movies on your big screen!