Before Mogulus, which launched last week, internet-TV lacked the experience of programmed linear TV which has been the predominant form of video entertainment for years.  But in a world of on-demand video, why would one want to reinvent the programmed, linear TV experince?  Let Founder and CEO Max Haot explain…

Mogulus is best described as a television studio within an internet browser, which lets users cut live between various feeds (including live broadcasts) just as traditional TV studios have done for years.  This is particularly meaningful for certain types of TV programming, like sporting events or celebrity sightings.  Mogulus users can also easily incorporate YouTube videos into their live or pre-programmed broadcasts.

The beta launch offers and impressive product with robust programming and live broadcasting capabilities, but lacks a few key features like on-demand archived footage and revenue share for producers, both of which, Max assures me, are forthcoming.

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