Fans of pornography, virtual reality, and even creator apps have long felt the cruel sting of incompatibility with major market tech. From VR’s confounding unwillingness to make content mac-compatible to apps that require desktop processing power to use—iOS fans have often been left in an app-less void. Slowly though, change is coming. XBIZ reports that LoyalFans, a proud competitor to Only...
The announcement of XBIZ’s community content video platform is bound to be big news for creators, performers, and anybody who is serious about branding. The mission of XBIZ is to remain a top destination for those in SexTech who want to keep up on all the latest news. With their new XBIZ TV portal, companies and performers have a new avenue to reach their audience.
XBIZ details how unlike many sites that require endless searching and scrolling to find relevant content—XBIZ TV will feature a streamlined interface that allows users and businesses to find each other easily. This means diverse and marginalized voices will be given equal treatment to more mainstream fare. Be advised, though, that some of the content you’ll find on XBIZ TV will not be safe for work—unless you talk about sex for a living. However SFW content will also be featured, including reviews, making-of product videos, events, speakers and more will all be available and updated often.
XBIZ publisher and co-founder Alec Helmy explains that the new platform will be a showcase for authentic industry videos—which can enhance the reach of adult businesses on a global scale.
The launch of this platform could serve as a great equalizer in the SexTech landscape. A simple interface that’s easy for non-techies to use is a terrific beginning. Coupled with the ability to build channels (similar to what YouTube does—without banning sexual or nude content) and repost video from multiple sources, this is big news. Content creators can also hold promotions, allow voting, comment sharing, embedding, and more.
Much of the concept and functionality of XBIZ TV may seem similar to what is already in use on mainstream websites or apps. The difference here is that XBIZ is proudly sex-positive, and lacking the itchy banhammer of other popular video hosting platforms.