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Skypecast has been shut down by Skype, apparently due to the quality concerns. Skypecast was sort of a poor man’s podcast tool.
Written by Brajesh
August 30, 2008 at 5:17 pm
Posted in Desktop, P2P
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Anyone who has been shutdown by Skype should feel comfortable coming over to Paltalk.
Paltalk has 4 million unique users and scores of categories from which to choose to broadcast one’s content.
Best of all, it’s a free download, though there is a minimal annual fee to be able to see streaming video.
As way of disclosure, I am Paltalk’s director of news and programming and I host a daily program on Paltalk called News Talk Online, at 5 PM New York time, in Paltalk Studio A in the Radio/TV Section. I’m hoping to see you on line and I and our entire online team stand ready to help you acclimate yourself to Paltalk’s great features.
September 20, 2008 at 8:54 pm
paltalk is not as good. half the people are playing music. it seems there are a lot of troubled people on paltalk, as in mentally disturbed, and it shows when they talk. skype has a more mentally healthy, and profesional crowd. ive met many dentists, phds, engineers, doctors, lawyers on there. most of the people i run into on paltalk are bitter and unemployed. skypecast also had the advantage of anyone being able to start up a chanel and have 30 people show up, whereas paltalk is not like that. not just anyone can make a filled channel.
February 28, 2009 at 9:46 pm
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October 5, 2013 at 5:28 am
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