EarthCam Celebrates St. Patrick's Day with Featured Dublin Cam
EarthCam Gives Irish Worldwide the Opportunity to Watch the Craic in Dublin
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
New York, March 17, 2004 -- EarthCam, the Internet's premier global webcam network and leader in webcasting technology, will celebrate St. Patrick's Day by featuring its Dublin Cam. The Dublin Cam gives Internet enthusiasts and the Irish worldwide a chance to watch the craic (Irish Gaelic for fun) live in one of the world's friendliest cities.
Visitors to the Dublin Cam can view a number of famous landmarks and celebrations taking place throughout Dublin. Located in Ireland's capital city at the Irish Times building, the camera provides an inside look into Dublin's busy city center along with additional views of the River Liffey and the O'Connell Bridge.
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