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Help building javascript regular expression

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I have this code:
$('#' + divs[i]).filter(function()
	// Look for video divs
	var regex = '/\S+video/';
The selector is getting the id of a div. If I alert($(this).text());, I get a string like my-video. I want to build a regular expression that matches any string containing the word video.

I tested my expression on a javascript regex testing website and it worked fine, but as soon as I use it in my script it doesn't find anything
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