EarthCam Press Coverage

EarthCam's comprehensive line of live streaming video and HD megapixel time-lapse cameras are recognized and shared by the world's most prominent media organizations.

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RiverTowns.net
March 13, 2014
STILLWATER, Minn.--Less than one year ago, work commenced on the decades-delayed St. Croix Crossing project to connect St. Croix County and Washington County (Minn.) with a modern, four-lane bridge by mid-2016. ...
Leading construction companies from around the world will descend on the CONEXPO-CON/AGG Trade Show in Las Vegas (March 4-8) to demonstrate innovative technology and product advancement in support of the industry. EarthCam (Exhibit #90302) will be on hand to showcase its new groundbreaking GigapixelCam X10 construction camera....
Consumer Electronics Net
February 1, 2014
The biggest sporting event of the year, Super Bowl XLVIII, is only one day away and there is no shortage of festivities leading up to the big game. FOX Sports has set up a special stage right in the heart of Times Square and Super Bowl Boulevard, a 14-block outdoor celebration, has taken over this famous city spot. EarthCams webcams caught all the hard work it took to create this Super Bowl reporting hub and adventure land and is sharing the entire process with their new time-lapse movie. ...
Patch
January 18, 2014
Officials started deflating the Metrodome at 7:15 a.m. Saturday morning. ...
HuffPost Sports
January 18, 2014
It took just 35 minutes to forever alter the skyline of downtown Minneapolis and close a chapter in the history of Minnesota sports. ...
TwinCities.com
January 18, 2014
The Metrodome started deflating for the last time at 7:15 a.m. Saturday. A live video stream is available here. The Minnesota Sports Facilities Authority gave the go-ahead despite concerns about weather conditions. ...
The Olympian
January 17, 2014
Power inside the Minnesota Vikings’ Metrodome is scheduled to be cut Saturday and the giant white top that’s been part of the skyline for more than 32 years will begin deflating. But if the wind is too strong, the deflation will be delayed, said Michele Kelm-Helgen, chairwoman of the Minnesota Sports Facilities Authority. ...
Stadium Watch
January 17, 2014
On Saturday morning, they’re planning to pull the plug on the Metrodome. The lights will go off and the fans will shut down and the iconic Teflon roof will settle into the bowl. ...
Mass Live
January 17, 2014
Power inside the Minnesota Vikings’ Metrodome is scheduled to be cut Saturday and the giant white top that’s been part of the skyline for more than 32 years will begin deflating. But if the wind is too strong, the deflation will be delayed, said Michele Kelm-Helgen, chairwoman of the Minnesota Sports Facilities Authority. ...
designMENA
January 16, 2014
Real-time images of on-going construction projects enabling architects to see their visions transform from on-screen images and models to bricks, concrete and mortar is an emerging field in design technology. ...
For Construction Pros
January 14, 2014
EarthCam.net clients can use the EarthCam mobile app to view and control their private video cameras from anywhere in real-time over WiFi, 4G, and 3G. ...
The Daily Beast
January 13, 2014
Marriott just opened its latest hotel in Manhattan…and broke the height record while they were at it. ...
Hotel Chatter
January 10, 2014
Now that you’ve had a peek at what’s inside the new Courtyard by Marriott and Residence Inn Central Park (aka the tallest hotel in North America), here’s a snappy little video from EarthCam who worked with G Holdings to document the construction process with an HD megapixel webcam. ...
Crain's New York Business
January 10, 2014
On Tuesday, Marriott International officially opened the nation’s tallest hotel. The 68-story, 378-room Courtyard hotel and 261-room Residence Inn occupy a 753-foot-high tower that sits at the corner of Broadway and West 54th Street. The property cost $320 million to build. ...
Curbed
January 10, 2014
MIDTOWN—EarthCam collaborated with developer G Holdings to create a time-lapse video of the Marriott Hotel at 1717 Broadway, the tallest hotel in North America, rising into the sky....