Kondoot, the first social network to allow consumers, business professionals and celebrities to broadcast live video to their friends, family, networks and fans, is making its debut this week in the U.S.
Kondoot is creating a new market segment — Social Live Video — an unusual combination of a social network and live video and offers a full suite of free video options including public live broadcasts, recorded broadcasts, video chats and more.
Kondoot is also unveiling its unique paid broadcasting system (Kondoot’s initial revenue stream) enabling celebrities, musicians, athletes, authors, businesses offering live webinars and others to market private broadcasts to fans and customers.
“Our goal is to make it easy for consumers and professionals alike to embrace video and use it to stay in touch with friends and business associates around the world.” said Nathan Hoad, age 25, co-founder and CTO, Kondoot.
Kondoot is using Amazon Web Services to provide bandwidth ‘on the fly’ to support its video broadcasting needs ensuring the best possible quality video with minimal latency.