EarthCam to Participate in the 106th Boston Marathon
EarthCam Uses Its Unique Internet Postcard Kiosk to Capture the Fun and Excitement of the 2002 Boston Marathon
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New York, April 15, 2002 -- EarthCam (http://www.earthcam.com), experts in webcam technology and a leader in webcasting premier events, is pleased to announce its participation in the 106th Boston Marathon taking place on April 15, 2002. For the 2nd consecutive year, EarthCam will setup its unique Internet postcard kiosk system at the marathon finish line for fans and enthusiasts to enjoy.
The EarthCam Internet Postcard Kiosk system offers individuals the opportunity to capture pictures of themselves at the event and email these images to friends and family members. The kiosk will instantly place their pictures on a co-branded site while simultaneously archiving their fun for later viewing. Visitors, their friends and family members will receive an email containing a message and a link that will direct them to view their Internet postcard at their convenience. Each postcard can later be forwarded on to relatives, co-workers and friends or simply saved as a memento.
EarthCam is the recognized leader in providing live streaming video webcam solutions to businesses. Commencing in 1996, EarthCam began developing the proprietary software, network infrastructure and technical expertise which now allows it to deliver millions of live images to thousands of users each day. EarthCam provides complete infrastructure services to manage, host and maintain live images for it's corporate clients. Partners include: Yahoo!, Intel, MSN, ESPN, Weather.com, CNN.com and Discovery.com. As the premier provider of live images on the Internet, EarthCam webcasts events such as Daytona 500, Mardi Gras, Halloween, New Year's Eve and the past four Super Bowls for the NFL. EarthCamTV (http://tv.earthcam.com) is a live personal broadcasting and video chat site. WebCamStore.com is EarthCam's full-service e-commerce site dedicated solely to providing webcam solutions. Visit EarthCam at www.earthcam.com.