People buy tickets to see an artist live. So in terms of App-logic it does make perfect sense to transfer this economical relationship into a Facebook App.
Evinar allows you to host an online show (like any other streaming service) but you can sell tickets for it. Like for a real concert. Because in App-world of course people will pay you 2 bucks or 10 bucks (if you’ve already got a fan base…) to see your stream on facebook.
“Performers can provide live performances for fans directly on Facebook and even monetize their fan base by turning likes into tickets,” Mark Boswell of Evinar told Mashable. “It’s great for fans too, as they can attend live concerts and shows from their favorite bands, musicians or comedians without leaving Facebook.”
Wow, now that’s a warm, big, steaming heap of bullshit.