Although photo sharing is the type of media most often shared by tweeters, video is right up there, as well. That’s not surprising given the immense popularity of YouTube and other video sharing sites. Here are four Web sites that make it easy to share video with your Twitter tribe:
1: ffwd (www.ffwd.com). This interesting site lets you build a personal list of channels , which can be TV shows, Web-based video shows, and more. Once you add achannel to your account, you browse through its video offerings, and when you come across something you want to share, you click the Share on Twitter icon, sign in to your Twitter account, and then post the update. For faster service, you can add your Twitter credentials to your profile (click Profile and then click Account).
2: TweeTube (http://tweetube.com/). This site is designed to help you easily share YouTube videos with your Twitter posse. The home page includes a text box that you use to paste the address of the YouTube video you want to feature (you can also use the TweeTube site to search for YouTube videos). Click Get Video and TweeTube retrieves the video, as shown in figure 9.7. Type a message, type your Twitter account username and password, and then click Share this video.
3: Twiddeo (http://twiddeo.com/). This new service lets you upload and share your own video with your tweeps. You can upload a video file from your computer, beam in a video captured on your phone, or even record a video straight from your Web cam.
4: TwitWall (http://twitwall.com/). This site enables you to share not only videos, but also images and music files. Log in with your Twitter account credentials, click Add an Entry, and then specify a message and your video specifics. For the latter, click the Embed Tags tab and then your video code (such as the <object> tag code associated with a YouTube video).
"Twitter Tips: Sharing videos"
Reference : wiley.com