Foods are really inviting and even images of it can make someone crave for it. Nowadays, there are even videos and live streams that feature food, food eating or cooking genre. With this, numbers of streamers are creating and producing their own food channel for public viewing.
Since everyone loves eating, and cooking as well, it is not surprising that food became a popular category within the video platform industry and even gain numbers of Twitch viewers. In fact, the top video producers on Facebook are those made up of food-related topics. And, on YouTube, the keyword “cooking” acquires 10.4 million search results. This includes the videos hosted by Chef Gordon Ramsay.
Live Streamed Cooking Channels
Below is the list of popular food and cooking channels in the live streaming industry and the history of creation of their streaming channel and even teach you how to cook the best steak.
Nom is a live, food-focused video channel that is interactive and allows the users to have an opportunity to create, direct, and host their own food programs. Aside from watching, the viewers can also have the chance to interact with others, even with the chefs and brew masters. Historically, Nom was accidentally founded by Steve Chen and Vijay Karunamurthy during their meals meet up to discuss their future business ventures. However, their discussion focused on their food and not on their potential business. And from there, Nom was created.
Everyone loves and cares about foods that are really inspiring. Hearing stories behind the food they eat truly entice people.
Nom penetrates for a great year of live streaming. To add up to their success is the fame of Periscope and Meerkat. Because of this, numbers of people are going into the live streaming industry which makes the live platform a big leap on the rise.
Marker Studios and Endemol alum Will Keenan produced and launched the live streaming platform StreamUp. This channel proudly announced its first ever state-of-the-art live streaming original contents.
Another live streaming platform YouNow had recently mixed up few contents with an original taste. It collaborated two food shows which include the RokerLabs and the Today Show. RokerLabs is a video which is basically based in New York, while the Today Show is a live streaming channel with the co-host Al Roker.