With Kyte you create a channel and produce shows (which are like episodes) via their show producer tool. The tool allows you to upload pictures & videos, record from your webcam or mic and create content such as slide shows, polls, and videos with authorized music content from large labels.
The Kyte difference – Mobility and Interactivity
Whats unique about the Kyte app is that while your watching a channel you can see how many people are watching the same channel real time, and are able to chat with those people via text, webcam or audio.
Kyte has developed a mobile application that allows you to create, share, and comment on the go. With the Kyte app you have a mobile version of the show producer tool and can interact with your audience on the go. The Kyte mobile app is supported on a number of Nokia and Sony Ericsson phones, but even without the app you can still upload content to a channel via Email or a WAP browser.
The Social Aspect
One thing that all stand alone video sharing site have in common is their lack of context. By connecting the Kyte channel to social networks you can now empower the user to broadcast “near time” and be able to interact with the crowd in a much more practical and relevant manner.
I see a real potential for this product to be a blockbuster in this sector. If Kyte finds the right partner that pushes their product in a way that makes their value self evident
Heres a sample Kyte channel: