The Karaoke Channel Online is the first to offer its users the ability to record themselves singing along to their favorite hits and then share their rendition with friends and family through email or posting to social networking Web sites. In just one click, karaoke fans are diverted to their social networking site of choice and can dole out their masterpiece to their online community! Through Facebook, recordings can be posted straight to a user’s profile or sent as a message to friends and family. MySpace allows songs to be added to a post, blog or bulletin, letting buddies add kudos and commentary, while Deli.cio.us includes a bookmarking feature. Now a group of friends can sing along in unison to songs like "We Wish You a Merry Christmas" and send it off to family and friends to spread the holiday cheer. These new sharing applications help facilitate a stronger sense of community within the online karaoke and social networking atmospheres.
The easy-to-use and stylish full-screen mode application will increase the visibility of the lyrics on the computer monitor and provide various themed options, creating a more enjoyable party experience. With new background themes added continuously, The Karaoke Channel Online ensures the party is never dull. Additionally, the full-screen mode will allow other members of the karaoke party to browse the extensive song library while the lyrics are still being shown to the singer as well as create a playlist, making it easier to keep the songs flowing and the party pumping.
When entertaining on a budget, The Karaoke Channel Online provides users with over 250 songs available for free and 24-hour unlimited access to over 5,000 songs available with the reasonable upgrade price of $14.95. SUPERSTAR membership starts at $99.95 for one-year.
Source: Stingray Digital Media Group [December 26, 2008]
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