Unless you have been cut off from the internet over the last few weeks, you would have noticed that two similar apps have been the talk of the tech world lately: no one has been able to stop talking about Meerkat and Periscope.
Vessel, an online video subscription service created by former Hulu CEO Jason Kilar, has launched to the public today. The service is asking users to pay $2.99 a month to watch content from YouTube stars 72 hours before it’s available on their personal channels for free.
YuuZoo and XCast have identified a gap in the gaming market and have partnered up to create a live game streaming service, aiming to be the number one streaming platform in Asia by the end of the year.
Churn TV founders Nick Drewe and Matt Way are bringing the couch potato back to online audiences. Whether it’s a quiet video-streaming night in, a Youtube party, or just colleagues crowding around your desk to watch endless Russian dash-cam videos, the goal is the same: keep viewers watching.