I long had a blip.tv account, but they actually told me they didn't want my content. The videos there were some of the Youtube stuff, like the PopeM playlist, initial Genesis videos, James videos, anything needing HD before Youtube offered it. Frankly, blip videos were a pain to make.
As for dailymotion, I've not looked at that in awhile; didn't know about clipstream. Thank you!
EDIT: yeah, I see what you mean by clipstream: my viewership is too large for the small plans, and frankly not the right niche. So I'll stay in Youtube.
Dailymotion is interesting, but they don't allow enough categories, and again too many videos without a good transfer mechanism.
The vimeo channel will remain for awhile, too much to move, so maybe by 2020 or so it will be gone or changed. The problem is you can't get those people to LISTEN when there are problems. The local folks answering queries are nice, but whoever is behind them is very snicky, and are making really snotty decisions hurting the users, no matter how much we complain. Kinda like MSFT and Google.