By Tanya M. Zawadzki-Kozick and Sam PramasPublished Mar 15, 2018 07:19:24When the news first broke that 4K camgirl site Sita Ramayana had launched in the US, many people were shocked and took to social media to voice their outrage.
Sita was the first 4K site to be released in the country, but the company’s first foray into the US was not without its controversy.
In August 2017, Sita’s parent company, Jio, pulled all of its cam sites from the marketplace due to regulatory concerns.
It was unclear why Sita had been forced to take the step, but some speculated it was a result of a dispute with the Indian government.
Jio’s decision, however, was widely seen as a reaction to Sita.
Sritam Kothari, a professor of Indian media at the University of Pennsylvania, believes the move was a move to prevent Sita from having a larger audience, and it is believed to have hurt its business.
“Sita was already on the cusp of a big push,” Kotharia told Business Insider.
“The Jio decision was a step in the right direction to prevent it from growing and growing.
That’s why I’m not surprised it took a while to happen.”
Kotharia said Sita and other cam sites like it were a huge part of Indian culture, but that it was not the only site being targeted.
“A lot of Indian sites, like those that were started in the UK, were being shut down,” he said.
“But for cam girls it was more or less the same.
A lot of them would say ‘Why do I need to go to a UK site?’ but I think that was a way of keeping the industry alive.”
The US has long had a reputation for being one of the most liberal places in the world for streaming content, and there has been a growing trend for sites to be launched and for people to start streaming their own content on the platform.
But the lack of diversity in the industry is still a big concern for many, with some experts arguing that it is actually hurting the cam-video market.
“There are a lot of people who have been left behind by streaming, especially younger people who haven’t been educated on the platforms they can access,” Kossar told Business Insights.
“There’s a lot that they need to be exposed to.
And there’s a need for that to be more diverse.”
Kossar also cited the lack a clear regulatory structure that could help streamers like Sita, which were not bound by the terms and conditions of streaming services like Netflix or Amazon Prime.
Siti, which was launched last year, is the first cam-site to offer exclusive streaming, but many cam-sites were unable to stream content on other streaming services, and thus were unable have access to Siti’s exclusivity.
As a result, Siti has been facing a lot more competition.
Some of its rivals, like F4U, have started offering 4K streams on its site, but this is only the beginning.
Kothar believes that is a problem.
“The US is still the only place where you can stream 4K videos, and that’s really the only country in the entire world that can afford to do that,” Kutchar said.
“I think that’s a problem for 4K, because the US can afford not to.”
For Kutchard, this lack of competition could be one of several factors that are causing cam-glamour sites to slow down.
“You don’t see a lot in terms of cam-related content being launched in America.
I’m seeing that a lot from UK cam-shows and videos being taken down,” she said.
Kutchard added that cam-videos can be a lucrative business for cam-sisters in the U.S., but she believes this trend will continue in the future.
“It is going to continue,” she added.
“I think this trend is definitely going to accelerate and get even bigger in the next year or two.”