Knocking Live Video Hits 2 Million Users Broadcasting Between iPhone and Android Devices, Adds Media Veterans to Advisory Board

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Knocking Live Video today announced that over 2 million users are broadcasting live video between iPhone and Android devices as the company expands its business by adding several veteran media executives.

People are using Knocking in ways that we'd never imagined and we're excited to build out an advisory board that can help us scale our business.

Knocking Live Video today announced that over 2 million users are broadcasting live video between iPhone and Android devices as the company expands its business by adding several veteran media executives.

Ty Braswell, a former Sony Corp. and Virgin Records executive is joining Knocking's advisory board along with David Honig, an early investor in Aviary, UrbanDaddy, and Fafarazzi, among others. Suren Pai, who has founded and led several media-related technology ventures, is also joining as a member of the advisory board.

"Knocking Live Video's has the potential to be the next generation of succinct peer-to-peer, communication," explained Braswell. "It feels like video Twitter, with a touch of video haiku. It's more efficient and personal than just typing what you're doing at the moment."

Knocking Live Video is the only 3G phone-to-phone streaming video app focused on sharing live moments as they happen with friends and family, beyond standard video calls.

"Knocking has gone from an underground mobile phenomena to a beloved mobile tool for many celebrities and bloggers" said Jim Montalto, co-founder of Knocking Live Video. "People are using Knocking in ways that we'd never imagined and we're excited to build out an advisory board that can help us scale our business."

About Knocking Live Video:

Knocking are innovators helping people share their mobile lives. Knocking Live Video was the first mobile video broadcasting application approved for use in the Apple App Store. Within 48 hours of release, the app peaked at #3 free social networking apps and has remained in the top 20 since launch. In March 2010, Knocking became the first cross-platform video-sharing application, letting Android and iPhone users share live moments. The company continues to expand and plans to take video-sharing well beyond typical video calling.

With Knocking, you are ready to share your mobile life.

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