Vokle and the Future of Live Video Broadcasting

Vokle is an exciting new live video broadcasting platform that launched in December, 2009. Unlike UStream, Justin and Livestream, Vokle is breaking ground by taking a multidimensional approach to live streaming. Users can share the spotlight with co-hosts from around the globe and directly interact with their audience via an interactive Q&A feature that includes Twitter, text and video call-in questions.

If you’re into streaming at all it’s best to pay attention as Vokle is a glimpse into the future of live video broadcasting.

But as LeVar Burton used to say, you don’t have to take my word for it. Check out the below interview I did with Vokle’s Edward Dekeratry and let him tell you about it himself.

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5 responses to “Vokle and the Future of Live Video Broadcasting

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  2. Jonathan Raciepal

    Crashes when you sign up – cheers to your future…

    • sethodell

      Really? Interesting…I haven’t run into a single problem using the site. Might be worth emailing the Vokle team (http://vokle.com/contact) about as maybe it’s a browser issue of some kind?

      • Jonathan Raciepal

        I’m sure firefox outputs the error:
        “Something went haywire, kaput, berserk, bonkers or whatever you want to call it.

        The point is, the tech team has been notified, and we’ll try to make sure it doesn’t happen again, sorry.”

  3. @Seth, we appreciate the fantastic article/interview!

    @Jonathan, we’ll be looking for that problem. thanks for the heads up!

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