Turkey, Thailand and UAE were blocked as of October 2009. As of September 2010 site was accessible again from Serbia, but starting of December 2010 access was removed once again.Veoh is also blocked in Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, and Mongolia.

Publishers are able to customize the presentation of their content, automatically publish via RSS feeds, and organize video programming into episodic series or complete channels.

Veoh uses both peer-to-peer (for its player software application) and Adobe Flash-based streaming video (for its website) technologies.

Veoh recommendations are based on user view history.

As users watch videos, the Veoh recommendation system presents directly relevant video choices based around view histories of users with similar viewing/watch patterns.

In December 2008 Veoh transitioned from Veoh TV to the Veoh Web Player.

Veoh restricts users from playing full-length videos on Veoh.com, unless the Veoh Web Player is installed within their browser.

In addition to the user-generated content that Veoh broadcasts, Veoh has distributed content from major media companies including CBS, ABC, The WB, Viacom's MTV Networks, ESPN, FEARNet, Billboard, Ford Models, US Weekly, TV Guide, and others.

Independent creators found on Veoh include Next New Networks, 60 Frames, Can We Do That? In a controversial move, Veoh made its service unavailable to most markets (Africa, Asia, Central and South America, Central and Eastern Europe) in May 2008.

As of March 30, 2009, Veoh also blocked the Czech Republic, Lebanon, Malaysia and Serbia.

Egypt, Romania, Martinique and Pakistan were also blocked in June.

In 2008, the website attracted approximately 17 million unique visitors monthly according to a study.