The Woo Media network had over 10 million active users with an average of 20 thousand registrants per day at the time of the sale to Zoosk.
The original product model included online speed dating sessions which lets users create or join topical live speed video chat sessions, connecting with 3 people in 3 minutes.
Currently, Woo Me is a one-on-one video chatting product where individuals can meet in an online atmosphere.
Woo Me offers a freemium model that is free to register and browse profiles.
Within this model, the product serves ads and offers a subscription service with premium features including reading messages, viewing interested profiles, sending gifts, the ability to tag Woo Me profiles, to browse and search profiles by filtering attributes including location and age, and to share profiles with friends on Facebook.
Woo Me TV combined reality TV, interactive video, and social networking.
It was a social entertainment destination where users participated in live interactive video introductions, shared them with friends or the world, and watched interactive video introductions of others.Users could watch live online video posted by users who have authorized access to their Woo Me profile, share favorite videos with friends through social networks and interact with other user profiles by rating and commenting on user videos. TV amassed over 20 million total video views and 500,000 pieces of unique content before it was sold to Zoosk.Shuffle People was a random interactive video introductions site that, like Chat Roulette and Omegle, enabled people from around the world to meet.Woo Media was an online chat and video social network which offered a variety of interactive sites that provided live social entertainment through a computer or mobile device.The company raised million in venture capital from several investors including Index Ventures, Atomico (founded by Niklas Zennström and Janus Friis), Mangrove Capital Partners, and Klaus Hommels.One analyst valued Woo Media at million at the time it was funded.