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VitalStream Delivers Streaming Video for Spike TV AwardsVitalStream Streaming Service for Flash and VitalStream Professional (December 09, 2005)
VitalStream, Inc. announced that Spike TV is using VitalStream Streaming Service for Flash and VitalStream Professional Services to deliver the video for the Spike TV "Video Game Awards 2005" (VGA). This is the second consecutive year that Spike TV has chosen VitalStream to power the delivery of the VGA videos on its website.
The award website features interactive Flash videos of game trailers and actual gameplay footage. The expressive interface provides a fun environment for game fans to learn about and vote for their favorite games in categories including 'Game of the Year', 'Best Graphics', 'Best Multiplayer Game' and many more.
"VitalStream's expertise with Flash proved to be invaluable during the launch of the awards website," said Kim Morgan, Director of Spike TV.com. "Their network ensured that video game fans around the world got the same high-quality experience and video quality regardless of their geographic location."
"Spike TV's high quality, interactive video website required the Flash expertise of VitalStream's professional services team to complete the implementation," said Jack Waterman, CEO at VitalStream. "We are thrilled to be chosen for the second year in a row to help ensure a successful execution and to stream the expansive video collection they offer to their website visitors."
The two-hour "Video Game Awards 2005" extravaganza premieres on Spike TV this Saturday, December 10 (9:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT). Hosted by Samuel L. Jackson, the third annual awards show also features appearances by Charlize Theron, The Rock, Vin Diesel, The Red Hot Chili Peppers and musical performances by 50 Cent, Def Leppard and Missy Elliott.
For more information about VitalStream streaming services, please visit http://www.vitalstream.com/
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