Upper Saddle River, NJ, December 15, 2019 – Today webcam enthusiasts worldwide are discovering which webcams were named to the 2019 Edition of EarthCam’s 25 Most Interesting Webcams. The 21st annual list from EarthCam, the leader in webcam technology and content, features live streaming cameras that entertained, informed and educated millions of people this year.
EarthCam’s global lineup of cameras supports the company’s tagline: “Where the world watches the world”. Serving as accessible resources for both entertainment and business purposes, the webcams allow viewers to virtually visit some of the most interesting places on Earth. This is evident from the roll call of winners.
The 2019 list clearly demonstrates the importance of webcams as a reliable, always-ready media source. For instance, the St. Louis Arch Cam in St. Louis, Missouri, made headlines and received millions of views on social media when it caught site of a meteor that lit up the November night sky. While the Abbey Road Crossing Cam in London, England, was heavily reported by worldwide media for weeks due to the Beatles’ "Abbey Road" album celebrating its 50th anniversary this year.
This year's Top 25 features live streaming cameras that range from the wild to the serene. It includes wildlife on the Flying Skunk Farm Cam in Massachusetts, Yo Jay Hudson Streams, a mural artist who creates awesome artwork live online, and the Smokin’ Tuna Saloon in Key West, Florida, a music venue that streams live acts from its stage. Also on the list are popular tourist spots, including the Zhangjiajie Glass Bridge in Zhangjiajie, China. Always fan favorites are zoo cameras. This year the San Diego Zoo gets a nod for its array of animal cameras, including its popular baboon cam.
“For 21 years, we’ve been selecting webcams that invite us into places which are both familiar and unknown,” said Jeff DiLiberto, CamMaster for EarthCam.com. “These sites allow individuals to overcome financial and physical barriers so that they can explore worlds that they may never get to experience in person.”
EarthCam’s judging panel chose the 25 Most Interesting Webcams based on image quality, uniqueness and overall achievements in webcam technology. This year’s judges were Addison Green, an Emmy-winning meteorologist; Kendra Cameron-Jarvis, an Instructional Technologist for Buncombe County Schools in Asheville, North Carolina; Lori Peters, Vice President of Marketing at Triax Technologies (an EarthCam partner); and Sunny Katseanes, Education Curator for Idaho Falls Zoo in Idaho Falls, Idaho.
To see the entire list of this year’s winners, view the highlight reel and share your favorites on social media, visit https://www.earthcam.com/top25/2019.
EarthCam is the global leader in providing webcam content, technology and services. Founded in 1996, it provides live streaming video, time-lapse construction cameras and 360° reality capture for corporate and government clients. The company leads the industry with the highest resolution imagery available, including the world’s first outdoor gigapixel panorama camera system. This patent-pending technology delivers superior multi-billion pixel clarity for monitoring and archiving important projects and events across the globe. EarthCam’s all-weather webcams, innovative software and mobile applications enable users to showcase unique views, increase exposure and generate positive public relations. The company is headquartered on a 10-acre campus in northern New Jersey and maintains 13 additional offices internationally.
The Webby Award winning company hosts many highly trafficked tourism cams, with views of popular locations and landmarks such as Times Square, Hollywood Boulevard, World Trade Center, Statue of Liberty, Miami Beach, Key West, Bourbon Street, Temple Bar in Dublin, CN Tower, Atlantis the Palm Dubai and Abbey Road Crossing in London.
To experience more of EarthCam, visit https://www.earthcam.com or download the Webcams app on your mobile device at https://www.earthcam.com/mobile/.