Live broadcast guests up to 6 people
By using the Web.tv infrastructure, you can invite six viewers to an "Interactive Live Broadcast," and stream to anyone or in a closed group.
You can pay for your channel on a monthly or per-subscription basis.
While broadcasting on your Web.tv channel, you can also share files on screen.
It is possible to share the live broadcast link in social networks prior to the broadcast.
You can stream your video on a private or an open channel. Your private channel cannot be indexed by search engines like Google.
The service can be used via the web using webcams or through its Android app on smartphone, and on iPhones as of June.
Web.tv for online training and corporate broadcast
Today, Turkey's Sakarya University broadcasts via Web.tv. It is also possible to carry out different projects using the service as a corporation. For example, an institution can create an in-house training channel for employees, or advertise products on their own brand's channel.
Private tutors, online training centers, consultants and musicians can also create professional channels and charge a fee for their content.
With Web.tv, the possibilities are only limited by one's imagination as the site can have numerous alternative uses, from hosting mini concerts to providing consulting services.
Users also can invite friends and followers by integrating it with other social media, such as Facebook, Twitter or Gmail and be at the forefront with their very own channels.
Local newspapers and TVs go global
In an interview on his own Web.tv channel, Murat Yanıklar, the founder of the service, explained the potential of his own creation.
"Web.tv offers unlimited, free, uninterrupted and professional live coverage for local television and newspapers. While providing unlimited and free video infrastructure, advertising revenue sharing is offered via a revenue sharing model. People who have a say in various fields, ranging from technology to politics, cinema to sports, or specialists and experts in fields, such as pedagogy, child development and diet can open their channels on Web.tv and share their knowledge with their followers," Yanıklar said.
"With the content fee feature, they can also organize webinars or provide consultation on their channels. They can also create online training sets with playlists generated using their videos," he added.