Stickam and Meltdown announced they had partnered to stream live shows from a new studio space in the store as well as from the store floor itself and from the Nerd Melt Theatre behind the store.
The studio programming launched with the premiere of IHEARTCOMIX LIVE with guests Andrew W. and Cherie Lily and a live video commentary show by Nerd Terns.
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.
In February 2010, Stickam also launched Stickam Shuffle, where users could connect instantly to random people from all over the world.
Stickam's policy promised that violators of its terms of service would be permanently banned.
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 calls this feature “fangating” and first deployed it on a concert event that was sponsored by Levi’s Jeans.
The main user could "kick" or ban people who were disruptive or threatening.
The main user also had the power to make people moderators which were trusted people who could kick people if the main user was unable to do so.
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).