Firetalk, a New York-based live-broadcasting service available on desktop and iOS devices, is adding both a subscription option (dubbed the “members only” plan) and a transactional option (“pay-per-stream”) to its offerings. Broadcasters can earn a living through real-time, authentic interaction with your audience. Preachers, teachers, athletes, moms, activists, columnists, politicians, celebrities, comedians, gamers and everyone else are welcome to live broadcast and engage through Firetalk.
The Guest feature allows broadcasters to invite viewers on-air with them. It is a great way to hold interviews or meet and reward your most engaged fans.
Pay Per View mode
Pay-Per-View Events allow you to host live broadcasts for any type of gathering. Live stream conferences, demonstrations, office hours, and concerts for a fee as low as $1, and keep up to 80% of revenues earned.
Members-Only is a paid subscription service that allows broadcasters to request a one-time fee for their ongoing content. It is a great way to create more intimate communities within a larger fanbase and to give specialized attention to the most dedicated fans.
Screen Sharing makes it easy to share a website, file or external application with your live viewers. This feature is great for webinars, tutorials, process work, and more, without the hassle of secondary programs.
Part of funds comes to the Firetalk itself; everything else comes to a broadcaster. Implemented the refund feature, remember-my-CC and on-plan settings.
The whole website is just a SPA!
Speed and concurrency.
Framework that designed to handle different and non-consistent web actions.
Handling difficult stripe structure and incomings distribution.
Basic technology. Using OpenTok as a high-level solution, we used WebRTC for implementing stable multi-broadcasting to unlimited audience.
Handling real-time chat with any number of users.