The awards cover the second half of 2007, reflecting the most-played videos across the MTV global network.
8,000 plays were required for platinum status and 4,000 for gold, after MTV decided to up the eligibility levels from 6,000 and 3,000 plays respectively.
Rihanna received two platinum awards - for Shut Up And Drive and Umbrella - and one gold award, for Don't Stop The Music.
Timbaland won two platinum awards, for The Way I Are - the most-played video over the six months - and Apologize (by Timbaland presents One Republic).
UK acts, however, fared badly on the list: James Blunt's 1973 received the Britain's only platinum award, while Mika's Relax (Take It Easy) and Sugababes' About You Now won gold awards. UK-signed Kylie Minogue's 2 Hearts was also certified gold.
MTV director of talent and music international Dan Waite says, "I was delighted to see when compiling this list that the top 32 videos were spun nearly a quarter of a million times across the network.
"The videos awarded gongs today are the most popular international cross over tracks. You could say that these tracks represent the base of the iceberg rather than the tip."
The most played videos for the second half of 2007 in alphabetical order are:
Alicia Keys - No One
Avril Lavigne - When Your Gone
Fergie - Big Girls Don't Cry
Foo Fighters - The Pretender
James Blunt - Nineteen Seventy Three
Justin Timberlake - Lovestoned
Kanye West - Stronger
Plain White T's - Hey There Delilah
Rihanna - Shut up and Drive
Rihanna feat. Jay-Z - Umbrella
Timbaland - The Way I Are
Timbaland / One Republic - Apologize
50 cent / Justin Timberlake - Ayo Technology
Britney Spears - Gimme More
David Guetta - Love Is Gone
Enrique Iglesis - Do You Know
Fall Out Boy - Thanks For The Memories
Gwen Stefani - 4 In The Morning
Gym Class heroes - Clothes Off
Hellogoodbye - Here In Your Arms
Hilary Duff - Stranger
Jenifer Lopez - Do It Well
Justice - D.A.N.C.E.
Kylie - 2 Hearts
Linkin Park - Bleed It Out
Maroon 5 - Wake Up Call
Mika - Relax (Take It Easy)
My Chemical Romance - Teenagers
Nelly Furtado - Do It
Rihanna - Don't Stop The Music
Sean Kingston - Beautiful Girls
Sugababes - About You Now
Meanwhile, MTV has announced that Sony Ericsson has signed a new, multi-platform, multi-territory partnership for the MTV Europe Music Awards for 2008 and 2009.