NEW YORK, June 14, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- QallOut.com is a brand new social debating platform based out of NYC, which uses 'live video' like no one else has before. Outspoken internet users can now take their heated debates away from the comments section and engage in exhilarating live head-2-head video debates instead. Debates broadcast in real-time and get stored for sharing with a private or public audience.
"Just imagine watching through live video, a transgendered LGBT advocate from NYC debating a liberal religious cleric from Iran? A Warriors fan ripping apart a Cavs fan? What about Trump's biggest supporter debating a volunteer from Hillary's campaign? We want to make these exciting interactions possible and accessible to anyone, so the whole world can enjoy the show while learning a thing or two." - says Yazan Madanat, Co-Founder and CEO of QallOut.com
QallOut aims to bridge the dialogue between the most conflicted ideologies online, which Yazan agrees may get ugly at first, but believes would ultimately facilitate a respectful and much needed exchange of opinions between polarized groups of people.
"Facebook tends to create online echo chambers by recycling to its users more of what they 'like' and associate with, when in reality, users are also compelled to engage with those they don't necessarily 'like' or agree with. With a bit of structured and open dialogue, we can address huge fundamental misunderstandings between groups of people online."
On QallOut.com, users can search or start a debatable topic, find out how many people agree or disagree, then challenge an opponent for a live head-2-head video debate similar to this https://www.qallout.com/debate/77
Yazan also quotes Jon Stewart by saying the 'best defense against misinformation is vigilance.'
"The most effective way to fight misinformation is to 'Qall Out' the proponents of it. That's why QallOut uses state-of-the-art P2P live video technology to host the best debates between regular online users from around the world and showcase the most exciting 'knockouts.'"
QallOut wants to bring its users the same experience famous politicians and talk-show hosts enjoy on national TV.
"The Elections season is hotter than ever, mostly because of the heated debates and public clashes between the candidates and their supporters. The truth is, regular online users are often far more knowledgeable and eloquent than most mainstream experts, and it's a shame to have their debates buried down long Reddit threads when live-video could capture super interesting footage."
QallOut raised USD 450k in pre-seed capital from prominent angel investors and is currently available in Beta as a desktop web app, with a mobile version expected soon.
For more information, contact the Co-Founder and CEO Yazan Madanat by email: email@example.com. You can also follow QallOut on:
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