Friendable Inc., To Offer Live, Uncut, Uncensored Celebrity Content Through Broadcaster
MIAMI, FL / ACCESSWIRE / November 11, 2016 / EmergingGrowth.com, a leading independent small cap media portal with an extensive history of providing unparalleled content for the Emerging Growth markets and companies, reports on Friendable, Inc. (OTC Pink: FDBL)
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Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg has stated that he is "obsessed" with live streaming.
Friendable, Inc. (OTC Pink: FDBL), just announced that it will be offering live, uncut, uncensored, celebrity content through a new application which has been code-named "Broadcaster". Broadcaster is an effort to leverage the live streaming video technology that it recently acquired from Hang With, Inc. to create value for its shareholders.
Friendable's Broadcaster app - to allow celebrities to broadcast live, uncut, and uncensored content that cannot be viewed anywhere else, to the subscribers of their "Broadcaster Channel".
Examples of content that may be featured include:
Backstage before, during or after events
Recording studio sessions
Behind the scenes on music video sets
On-set makeup or wardrobe trailers
Ultimate Fan Experience – All Access
Friendable's path to revenue includes monetizing social media fans and followers of celebrities through a multi-level subscription based platform.
Friendable, Inc. (OTC Pink: FDBL is looking forward to a strong conversion rate, as each celebrity or artist will be required to market their Broadcaster channel to their social media fans and followers, further, generating subscription revenue based on conversion.
Austin Mahone, a singer / songwriter that Friendable, Inc. (OTC Pink: FDBL) has worked with previously has 13 million fans on Facebook alone. If he were to convert only 2% of them with a revenue sharing monthly subscription of $1.99, that alone, would generate over $500,000.00 per month.
This one of a kind ecosystem is being designed to help celebrities monetize their fans and followers as "Broadcaster" seeks to become