With the new DarpaTV service, the hosts can be anywhere there is an internet connection to broadcast their show, while millions of users watch on their laptops and mobile devices all around the world,” says founder JJ Astro.
New York, NY (PRWEB) February 02, 2012
DarpaTV, the live interactive mobile broadcasting company, today announced global availability of its broadcasting services. With DarpaTV’s new service, individual “DCasters” and organizations alike will be able to enjoy broadcasting their shows to millions of viewers watching on laptops and mobiles around the globe. With DarpaTV, the viewers can interact with text, audio and video directly with the hosts and each other. The hosts put the viewers on the air spontaneously, in real-time, while millions watch the interaction. The hosts can also integrate pictures, audio and video clips into their broadcasts, with voice over capabilities, and can present remote guests from anywhere. Every public broadcast is posted to Twitter and Facebook. The DarpaTV broadcasting service puts an end to pre-arranged recorded or re-broadcast video, providing hosts with all the features of a live television broadcasting network combined with the interactivity of talk radio.
“With the new DarpaTV service, the hosts can be anywhere there is an internet connection to broadcast their show, while millions of users watch on their laptops and mobile devices all around the world,” says founder JJ Astro. “And the viewers can text and video call into the show for live interaction from laptops or mobiles.”
DarpaTV provides broadcasting services for individuals and organizations:
- Organizations, which includes companies, colleges/universities, municipalities, non-profits, and can be public or private
- Individuals, which includes podcasters, up and coming stars, and just about anyone who has a laptop or mobile device and internet connection and wants to host their own live interactive show.
DarpaTV interactive broadcasting services are available free to Individuals and lowest cost to organizations.
DarpaTV is a digital broadcasting network service that enables live, interactive broadcasting with two-way video and audio interaction between host, interviewee and viewer. DarpaTV broadcasters can instantaneously integrate separate videos, images and graphics content in PIP format. The platform is supported with robust open social networking features that maximize interactivity of the experience. DarpaTV is available for desktop, laptop and mobile devices. For more information visit the company’s website at http://www.DarpaTV.com.