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Stickam.com is the First LIVE Social Networking Website to Implement OpenSocial

LOS ANGELES, Dec. 10 /PRNewswire/ -- Stickam.com, a social networking website that sets itself apart with its live video chat features, announced today that they are creating applications utilizing Google's OpenSocial APIs - - allowing OpenSocial-enabled platforms to integrate Stickam's technology.

LOS ANGELES, Dec. 10 /PRNewswire/ — Stickam.com, a social networking website that sets itself apart with its live video chat features, announced today that they are creating applications utilizing Google's OpenSocial APIs – - allowing OpenSocial-enabled platforms to integrate Stickam's technology.

Stickam is the first live social networking website that has announced their plan to release OpenSocial applications, and believes that all internet users can benefit from their live technology. In their goal to engage developers and share their technology with the world, Stickam is creating their own application for OpenSocial-enabled sites.

"We recognize that we are in an open-platform era, and believe in building synergy with the incredible creativity and ideas that exists around us," says Hideki Kishioka of Stickam. "Implementing Google's OpenSocial will allow other developers to apply our technology – and as a result, provide a richer and fully-integrated experience for the millions of people who use the internet worldwide."

In November, Google released their OpenSocial APIs – a common set of APIs for building social applications that allow developers to have a standard language when creating their applications for websites.

About Stickam.com

Launched in February of 2006, Stickam.com emerged as the first social networking website that focuses on live video streaming. They remain at the forefront in the field, reaching over a million streams viewed each day.

Offering free live streaming video conferencing, the Stickam's multimedia player allows members to personalize their web pages and blogs by adding their live stream, video, music and pictures. The browser-based (no downloads needed) Stickam player can be embedded onto other websites, and the video can be viewed by anyone and will play on virtually any operating system including Linux, Windows and Mac.

Stickam has teamed up with Lionsgate, Fox Atomic, and Warner Brothers for cross-promotional events; provided behind-the-scenes coverage for events like Sundance and Los Angeles Film Festivals; and hosted large video chat events with major radio stations around the country, such as massive concerts and special radio talk shows.

CONTACT: Danika Berry or Roxanne Romero 5W Public Relations (323) 556-7077 dberry@5wpr.com or rromero@5wpr.com

SOURCE Stickam.com

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