Thursday, November 15, 2007
MOGULUS LAUNCHED LIVE STREAMING PLATFORM AT NEWTEEVEE LIVE
SAN FRANCISCO, CA. --- Nov. 14 --- Mogulus, a New York-based internet startup, unveiled a groundbreaking live streaming platform today that enables anyone with a computer, a web-cam and a high speed connection to broadcast like a multi-million dollar television station.
"To make compelling live user generated content, you need powerful production tools. With Mogulus, producers can now collaborate in real time and make high quality live television shows on the internet,“ said Max Haot, Founder/CEO of Mogulus.
Om Malik, editor-in-chief of GigaOM and organizer of NewTeeVee Live, said Mogulus "is a great partner for broadcasting live TV on the Web." In addition to being a featured platform at NewTeeVee Live, Mogulus will be streaming the event live at www.live.newteevee.com.
Mogulus, in private beta for the past four months, is one of the most popular live streaming applications in Internet history. More than 17,000 producers with beta access created more than 18,000 live 24/7 channels and streamed more than 12 million unique viewer minutes a month, according to Haot.