Although it seems like it, not every video circulating around the Internet originates on YouTube.

There are hundreds of video Web sites on the Net with more popping up every day. Finding these sites can be tricky — with so many sites out there, where do you begin to look?

One place to start is OVGuide (www.ovguide.com).

OVGuide doesn’t house any Internet videos, but rather, is a repository of sites that do. Think of it as a channel guide — it’s where you can go to find out what’s playing on the Web and where.

OVGuide has indexed more than 2,970 video sites, and organized them in more than two dozen categories. Viral videos, television shows, video podcasts, instructional vids — you name it, and chances are you’ll find a link for it here.

Each site listing includes a description, an OVGuide user rating and list of top searches on that particular site. You may sort the site listings by number of visits, user rating and more.

A search bar at the top of the site allows you search for specific terms or across OVGuide’s entire directory.

For those new to world of online videos, OVGuide has two features to start you off. First is the site’s OVBuzz section, a list of the top-20 searches per category, updated daily. The second is the Online Video Daily blog that include a list of recent additions to the site’s directory.

If you’re looking to expand your Internet viewing habits, let OVGuide show you where to start.