Smashing Pumpkins' Billy Corgan went live on Stickam to host Gothageddon, which was a live doll fight. Billy and friends voiced the dolls, which included dolls representing the members of Smashing Pumpkins, Robert Smith from The Cure, Amanda Palmer from Dresden Dolls, and many others.
On November 7, 2012, Stickam officially launched its new Stickam Studio At Meltdown at Meltdown Comics on Sunset Blvd.
The main user could "kick" or ban people who were disruptive or threatening.
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.
Stickam also provided live coverage of Warped 2011 through a deal with the band Gym Class Heroes streaming from every single tour date.
Since 2007, Stickam was home to the annual UNICEF fundraiser known as Stickaid hosted by You Tube vlogger Myles Dyer.
Stickam featured the event on and provided players that were embedded on many additional sites, including Military Connection.com, Newsblaze.com, Talking With and Real Military
"Social users" refers to people who use Stickam primarily for its social features, including hosting their own videochats or participating in one of the site's group chat rooms.
It was also possible to connect HD and other cameras, mixers, and audio feeds to send HD and professional broadcast streams out via Stickam.
Stickam’s live video players came with built-in chat capabilities, allowing both text chat and optional video chat.
Popular Los Angeles DJ Gary Bryan emceed the event which featured live interactive chatting with US soldiers based in Iraq.
The event was organized by several CBS radio stations in Southern California, including KRTH-FM (K-Earth 101), KTWV-FM (94.7 The WAVE), KLSX-FM (91.7), KFWB-AM (News 980) and KNX-AM (News 1070).
In the actual stream room, there were 7 camera spots. The other six spots were for six other people to stream their live webcam feed.