69 Questions With the Gronkowski Brothers. (OK, Actually Just 11.)
The Gronkowskis put their competitive spirit on full display via shoppable entertainment platform Stage TEN on The Flip Zone, an interactive game show that pits the brothers against one another in a flip-cup-style game that requires the loser to do a dare determined by the show’s live audience in real-time.
Founder Elizabeth Hilfiger and her streetwear brand Foo and Foo hosts its first interactive, live shopping event with Stage TEN. The audience votes for the best looks and can shop unreleased pieces via the interactive fashion show.
MTV Will Let Viewers Call the Shots in a New Experiment with ‘Wild ‘n Out’
Created in partnership with Stage TEN, Wild ‘n Out‘s parent companies MTV Entertainment Group and ViacomCBS announce an hour-long, interactive special for the show, preceding the official premiere of the 16th season. The special allows fans to vote in real-time, send lyrical suggestions, choose games for the participants to play, and buy exclusive merch.
‘Wild ‘N Out’ Hosted By Nick Cannon Sets Season 16 Premiere Date On VH1
Leading up to the Season 16 premiere, Stage TEN partners with Wild ‘N Out for an hour-long live interactive digital special. In the special, fans will be able to connect with the cast via real-time comments and directly impact gameplay through live voting, ultimately crowning the winning team at playwildnoutlive.com.
Jack Douglass teams with YouTube to turn hit ‘YIAY’ series into Live game show
Veteran creator Jack Douglass introduces a YouTube Original pilot called YIAY Time: The Game Show. Stage TEN produced the interactive game show leveraging features such as real-time voting and audience comment-pulling.
How Stage TEN’s video platform helped John Krasinski and Cardi B remote broadcast in a pandemic
Stage TEN’s Head of Production and Creative Development, Sonia Hong, digs into how the company’s virtual control room has given creators the power to continue broadcasting despite the coronavirus pandemic.
Stage TEN, the video platform behind MrBeast’s ‘Creator Games,’ onboards new executive team
Stage TEN, the live and interactive video company that provided the tech behind MrBeast’s record-setting YouTube Original Creator Games and John Krasinski’s Some Good News prom, has brought in four new senior executives.
Terrible, Thanks for Asking presents: Happyish Holidays hosted by Nora McInerny
American Public Media enlisted Stage TEN to produce Happyish Holidays Hosted by Nora McInerny. Using the platform’s commerce features, APM was able to leverage in-show purchasing capabilities as well as live, interactive elements. Attendees were able to purchase limited-edition Terrible, Thanks for Asking holiday merchandise in real-time during the show.
19 media startups that top VCs say are poised to take off in 2020
With over 300% growth in its platform usage since mid-March 2020, Stage TEN is set to be one of the fastest-growing startups of the year. The company's live-video tools have been used by YouTube star MrBeast, the actor John Krasinksi for his "Some Good News" show, and the education platform Khan Academy.