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Canadian start-up STAGE TEN has launched its social broadcasting platform for enterprise creators following a collaboration with the Vlogbrothers’ Project for Awesome, a 48-hour stream-a-thon, which raised over $2 million for charity.

stageten 9 febSTAGE TEN is a social video production, distribution and engagement platform for amateur and professional creators who want to produce high-quality interactive over-the-top (OTT) content. The launch of this platform will allow enterprise media companies to expand their social broadcast production and distribution capacity, without the significant expense of production studios and large production crews.

The Project for Awesome YouTube broadcast, powered by STAGE TEN, was managed by six directors in different locations, who each took turns producing the show. Over 40 hosts and guests participated in the live stream from around the world, using STAGE TEN Connect, a web application designed to easily capture live video and enable audience participation in live broadcasts.

“The success of the Project for Awesome broadcast was the culmination of years of intense R&D to create a platform that is simple enough for all creators to use, but robust enough to support established media companies as they shift resources to produce more social OTT content for platforms like Facebook Watch, YouTube, Twitter and Twitch,” said Dave Lazar, founder and CEO of STAGE TEN. “I am extremely proud of our team and grateful to the Vlogbrothers, Hank and John Green, for choosing to partner with us on a project that is truly making a positive impact on the world.”