Company launches Big Brother style programme for the internet
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CamSoda, a leading adult entertainment webcam platform, has launched a program called “LifeStream” that allows people to broadcast their lives and be paid for it. They're looking for candid content rather than sexual shenanigans, with the broadcast being a 24/7 livestream from participants' homes. In return people who partake will be paid $200 (£156) each month, get HD webcams installed in their home and have their internet bill paid for by CamSoda. Speaking about the launch Darren Press, the Vice President of CamSoda, said: "Live streaming has quickly become a focal point of our society, with more people than ever broadcasting themselves to reach and connect with large audiences more intimately. Facebook, Snapchat, Twitter and Instagram have all capitalized on this burgeoning trend, rolling out livestreaming services of their own, and we're excited to do the same – with a twist. "Unlike these social media networks, where users choose the moments they want to broadcast and share, our offering broadcasts everything. It's a true depiction of someone's entire life and we're confident people will want to share and watch it." As well as the uncensored 24/7 “LifeStream”, participants can encapsulate specific parts of their day in the form of stories, similar to those on Snapchat or Instagram. This means that viewers can flick through someone’s stories and see highlights of their day, rather than only being able to tune into the 24/7 life stream. It’s essentially an online Big Brother. Anyone who wants to get involved can sign up by emailing LifeStream@camsoda.com and expressing an interest to share their life online. Who knows what could happen - you might just become the next viral sensation.