Videos teach kids skills; better if parents help browse.
Combine videos, photos, and music; best for Facebook users.
Good site for teens to watch and discuss fave Nick shows.
Vast video site entertains and educates; iffy stuff abounds.
Quirky web series starring a teen digital detective.
Diverse collection of videos ranges from tame to iffy.
A wide range of African American culture captured in video offers an alternative to YouTube.
Anything-goes broadcasts offer unpredictable content.
For anyone who finds humor in mixing up everyday life with some silliness, the antics on this site will delight.
Vintage videos help parents control TV time.
Quality, ad-free PBS shows (but it's still screen time).
Slick video site features racy vids and shopping links.
Hundreds of videos, prescreened by a team of parents and educators, provide an age-appropriate alternative to YouTube.
A smorgasbord of crazy clips makes for gut-busting entertainment -- but parental supervision is recommended.
Innovative video site puts users in charge.
PBS puts preschool shows online. (Take that, Hulu.)
Fun, fluffy entertainment news about kids’ favorite celebs -- minus the drama and snark.
Who needs a TV? This video site offers tons of age-appropriate faves, from Sesame Street to SpongeBob.