The unprecedented COVID-19 outbreak has halted almost every field activity in the entertainment industry. Multiple new releases were postponed, and the ongoing TV shows started repeat telecasting. At a critical juncture like this, online content platforms such as JL Stream – a social LIVE streaming app, have emerged as the most preferred source of communication for celebrities and influencers to interact with their fans effectively.
Launched in January 2021, this Made-in-India startup has quickly become a huge hit among online content creators. With over 500,000 downloads and month-on-month revenue exceeding 100,000 USD, the app is already a popular choice among actors like Kavita Kaushik, Palak Muchhal, Jasbir Jassi, Dalljiet Kaur, Pooja Misra, Ali Quli Mirza & Sophie Choudry.
J L Stream (Jaldi Live) has entirely reformed the online content market in India. It provides the opportunity for streamers to monetize their content and withdraw money instantly while helping them build a community of like-minded people worldwide.
The application is easily available for download via Google Play Store and iOS app store around the world, barring China. Streamers are free to find their potential match from anywhere across the globe and chat with them through direct messages or video calls. In order to do that, JL streamers have to simply provide details like their interests or hobbies and voila, you are ready to connect with the most compatible people worldwide. The app aims to bring peace and harmony among the streamers with their shared love for creative and interactive online content.
It is pertinent to mention here that various media reports quoted Dentsu stating that by 2022, Indian Digital media will reach Rs 23,673 crore with a CAGR of 22.47%. This clearly indicates that the online content market will continue to grow steadily in the future.
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