CamSoda will pay you $ 200 per month to live stream with clothes on
If you listen to Charley Hart’s late-night LifeStream channel, you’ll likely catch her sleeping.
Hart, who works in adult entertainment, participates in steamy private camera sessions with his clients. But when it comes to her LifeStream, she estimates that 80% is safe for work. In addition to dozing, you may see her folding clothes or playing with her cats. Sometimes she recognizes her watchers by speaking directly to the camera, but most of the time she ignores the fact that she is being broadcast.
“I’m an introverted extrovert,” Hart said. “I love being in my house, but I love being with people. I can’t even go anywhere. I can literally stay in my room, and I can have people around me and everything.”
LifeStream is a program from adult entertainment company CamSoda that pays people to broadcast their mundane activities without having to take their clothes off. The company pays LifeStreamers $ 200 per month, covers their Internet bills, and gives them one to three webcams to broadcast their day. You can also earn extra “tips” or encourage others to go to your private room for extra money, Hart notes – although how you want to motivate people is up to you. Currently there are about 15 LifeStreams, and about a third of the topics don’t work in adult entertainment.
But even among LifeStreamers who are professionals in the adult industry, the majority of their content is safe for the job.
One of CamSoda’s LifeStreamers sleeping.
LifeStreamers can mark certain parts of their day, like cooking a meal or putting on makeup. These segments are turned into mobile-friendly clips or daily recaps. The company is also planning to add virtual reality cameras and hopes to roll out the content format in a few months.
CamSoda came up with the idea of allowing non-pornographic live broadcasts after noticing that many customers on its voyeur cameras were interested in watching actresses and actors being ordinary people. He also heard from clients who were open to the camera, but didn’t want to be pornstars.
“If you go to Central Park, guaranteed people watching is one of the top three activities,” Press said. “There’s a feeling when you look at someone else, look at their life and the weird things they do make you feel normal.”
To be a LifeStreamer, you must stream 24/7, with reasonable exceptions. Hart says she’s relatively open, except for “some bathroom activity.” There has been only one case of a LifeStreamer’s account being closed, Press noted – the company removed its cameras when it found it had pointed the camera at her closet all day to perceive the paycheck.
Interest in watching life livestreams has increased since Facebook and Twitter added the ability to stream on their platform, according to Hart.
Hart tried live streaming his daily routine on Periscope, but was turned off when people asked him to show off her boobs. It makes more sense to put this type of content on an adult entertainment platform like CamSoda where livestreamers can be more open to these requests, she said.
“Stop bothering those girls who maybe don’t wanna do it [on Periscope or Facebook Live]”Hart said.” These girls who don’t even kick out get these requests. “
Hart, who majored in sociology and with a minor in psychology and feminist studies at Ball State, said that for some viewers the draw could be the unexpected sexy moments that could arise on a live broadcast. . However, for many she thinks it’s just about enjoying the sheer pleasure of watching others, only now you can do it online rather than in the real world.
“People can see that their life is very similar to mine,” CamSoda’s Press said. “I think there is a comfort that comes from that.”