Users have to provide the computer, microphone, webcam and speakers, but Woo Me takes care of the rest.
After a very quick sign up process and a slick interface, Woo Me members can either create their own video conference or search for others to join.
Previously, Stokols served as the Vice President of new revenue opportunities at BT Group where he was responsible for evaluating applications of browser-based voice and video technologies.
With the acquisition, Woo Me's 10 million users (though some say that number is inflated) are now redirected to Zoosk, with the message "Good news!
Woo Media is being sold and users across all our properties will soon have over 100 million new users to engage." Also listed at the bottom of the redirect screen is a help email and a toll-free helpline.
The search capability isn't complex but it does the trick: as soon as you fill out the membership form, you'll be presented with a list of Woo Me members whose meetings start in mere minutes.
You can also search by geography (so far only the UK and USA are listed as options), sex (male, female or show both sexes), and interests.
One you join a teleconferencing session, you are either placed in a queue to meet or have people queued up to meet you.