If you are a DJ, this live-stream site enables you to broadcast and watch videos of sets. So in addition to sharing your own live sets, you can also use Chew as an educational archive. Whether you are trying to reach fans or peers, this platform is tailored to the DJ community.
Described by Springwise as a "centralized online community combining discussion, education, discovery and entertainment," the UK startup differentiates itself from other live-stream site competitors with its focus on the decks. Instead of focusing the live performance videos on the crowd, Chew lets audiences watch and learn. This makes it perfect for amateur DJs as well as music enthusiasts.
While the service is free to use and view, it hopes to make money via sponsorships and pro accounts. Their current priority, however, is growing its customer base.
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