As the first ever presidential debate starts, DJossTV, a real-time TV show startup for interactive comments says it is enabling users worldwide to watch and comment on the candidates promises live as the country approaches its March 4 general elections.
Hosted by over 8 television and 34 radio stations and live streaming online on YouTube (http://youtube.com/electionskenya). So anywhere you are,if you are interested in this ever first live political debate in East Africa, you can’t miss it.
Despite all the excitement around this, watching this kind of debate alone is boring, isn’t it ? And what about expressing your support for a candidate when he is speaking ? Or expressing your disagreement with a policy a candidate is defending ?
While watching the debate at TV, djoss.tv will let you chat with other viewers in real-time. Besides that, you’ll be able, with just one click, to like/dislike a candidate performance. You can click anytime you want to express your hard support or to reinforce your discontent. A histogram, named the Yamometer (from slang “yamo” which means “to like”), will measure in real-time how djossers are feeling about each candidate.
To participate using DJossTV So, go to http://djoss.tv/KEDebate13.