The name "Stickam" referred to this ability to "stick" a webcam feed onto another site.
Anyone could "go live" and broadcast live video on Stickam from their computer, i Phone or i Pad within seconds.
Broadcasters can further restrict their rooms by requiring viewers to Like their Facebook page, Follow their Twitter, or Subscribe to their You Tube channel in order to view the stream or in order to participate in the chat.
Stickam calls this feature “fangating” and first deployed it on a concert event that was sponsored by Levi’s Jeans.
Here you get to watch and rate others dancers from across the globe and get rated too through video sharing.
Dance Cam Shuffle provides an exciting interface where users become a part of a global dance mix.
The company also released a white label service called Stream API (formerly Stickam API) in 2008.
Broadcasters on Stickam can allow their friends and followers to log into their chat rooms by using Facebook, Twitter, You Tube, Tumblr, Linked In, Myspace, or Gmail.
The site quickly expanded to include live shows and produced content from MTV, G4 TV, CBS Radio, NATPE, CES, and many others, as well as live performances and shows with numerous musicians and celebrities.
In addition to streaming their live video on Stickam, the service allowed users to embed their streaming webcam feeds into other web sites via a Flash player.
Stickam was a live-streaming video website that launched in 2005.
Stickam featured user-submitted pictures, audio, video, and most prominently, live streaming video chat.
Allstar Weekend, Cypress Hill's B-Real, Boys Like Girls, Jimmy Urine, Chantal Claret, LMFAO, Wynonna Judd, Chad Brownlee, Cobra Starship, Metro Station, Ashley Purdy, and American Idol contestants Bo Bice, Katharine Mc Phee, Michael Johns, Danny Noriega, Engel, and Lakesha Jones. On August 28, 2012 Andrew hosted the chat live from backstage at Conan O'Brien's TV show, Conan.