I have a website.. shotdrum.com and right now I'm really pushing it running at 60gb of bandwidth of month. Once the meter wasnt reading right and it jumped over 100gb and I only had a few "lagre"(20-50mb) files.
I would like to host a bunch of 10-60mb drumline videos and I just need oddles and oddles of bandwidth. I could use almost any amount of bandwidth I could take. I'm thinking around 500gb and I will be able to house a decent amount of videos but in the hot season (july-augest) I wouldn't be suprised if I could go 800gb-1tb a month. I would only use maybe 5gb space total for the whole site. Should I be looking at a dedicated system? How much money should I be looking at? $100+? Thats kinda hard to pul out when all I'm making is the google adsene.
Oh 100+?? No way!!
If you're good with Linux and you thnik you can manage your own server (which is easier if you only have 1 website, but still a challenge) try these two companies: serverbeach layeredtech
See which company has the best price on what you need. Serverbeach offers more bandwidth, while layeredtech offers more physical disk space (you can get a second 80GB hard drive free right now with their Intel P4 package, look in the offers section).
If you're not a linux guru, try these guys: liquidweb
You'll pay a bit more, but you'll have a completely managed server.
There are many more, but these are the hosts that I've heard the most about (from friends and from searches on this board).