Too bad everything just can't be posted to usenet, it's such a better medium then file sharing sites or torrent sites. Upload the files to usenet, create the NZB (Basically a torrent file), upload NZB to a site like nzbmatrix and then share the link on here. Everybody would be able to download the files for around 1200 days or so before the files disappear, most usenet providers have pretty lengthy retention now.
The only thing stopping most people is they don't want to pay for usenet, but it's so cheap for what you get and you max out your internet connection. Astraweb just started a new plan, $50 for 1TB of downloads, very nice deal. If you have a 50Mbps connection, you will max it out, it's awesome downloading large media files in under a hour.
You can also get free usenet service from xsusenet, you only get 1Mbit speed and 400 days of retention or so, but it's FREE! Great way to start into usenet. Create an account for their free service, copy and save the server details, download Sabnzbd (best usenet client) and set it up, then go over to nzbmatrix and look through their categories and see what's new and download. I used torrents for years while in college, last year I switched to usenet and only use torrents now for hard to find things.