EarthCam’s Independence Day Cams Celebrate 4th of July
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
New York, July 3, 2006 -- EarthCam (www.earthcam.com), the world's favorite webcam network and leading provider of live webcam content, is proud to feature its collection of Independence Day Cams. Assembled to honor the 4th of July, the Independence Day Cams will capture fireworks displays from a number of destinations across America.
EarthCam's Independence Day Cams include cameras from many U.S. cities; specifically, our nation's capitol, Washington, D.C.; New York City, Ocean City, MD; Duluth, MN; and San Francisco, CA. As a special treat, EarthCam presents live images of the Empire State Building in New York, lit at night with patriotic red, white and blue lights. The cameras provide views of a variety of landmarks and skylines allowing visitors to see the fireworks as they explode and light up the skies.
This year EarthCam's Independence Day Cams are shown with a new Flash Player that incorporates many advanced interactive features, including 24-Hour Archive playback with VCR and advanced slider controls, local weather, Hall of Fame shots, and the ability to save and email snapshots. Users can now submit their own Hall of Fame images to the image gallery for viewing by others and create their own July 4th snapshots.
All of these cameras and more are available at www.earthcam.com.
EarthCam.com is the leading network of live webcams and offers the most comprehensive search engine of webcams from around the world. EarthCam provides complete infrastructure services to manage, host and maintain live streaming video camera systems for its consumers and corporate clients. Clients include MSN, Yahoo!, Sprint, Sony Ericsson, Coca Cola, Panasonic, Ford, NASA, Samsung, Pfizer, JetBlue, This Old House and Discovery.com. As the foremost provider of live images on the Internet, EarthCam webcasts events such international concerts, Miss Hawaiian Tropic pageants, Mardi Gras, New Year's Eve in Times Square and the Super Bowl for the NFL.
Visit EarthCam at http://www.earthcam.com.