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Want an invite to the private beta of Kyte, the life-casting service that enables you to publish your own internet television channel? Try it on by going to gigaom.kyte.tv and use the invite code “gigakyte.” (Warning: this works only in limited fashion in the United States.) […]

Want an invite to the private beta of Kyte, the life-casting service that enables you to publish your own internet television channel? Try it on by going to gigaom.kyte.tv and use the invite code “gigakyte.” (Warning: this works only in limited fashion in the United States.)

We chatted with Daniel Graf, CEO of Decentral.tv and the creator of Kyte.tv, this morning. He showed us this channel of a Swiss guy traveling in South Africa, who had streamed images of giraffes from his camera phone on location in Kruger National Park three hours earlier. Graf calls it “LifeStreaming.”

Via email, Graf told us about happening upon the same user’s ad hoc nature show while demoing Kyte in a meeting two weeks ago. “Elephants from Africa in real time while sitting in a meeting room in London. Imagine! Besides some roaming fees – 0 production cost!”

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