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ESPN Uses Web Cam at the Super Bowl

ESPN Uses Web Cam at the Super Bowl

ESPN Radio is offering Super Bowl fans an almost live, behind the scenes look of preparations at the big stadium in New Orleans via a Web cam set up in their remote studios there. Still photos of activities at the Super Bowl in this week before the big game which is to take place Feb. 3 are posted online at every 60 – 90 seconds from 6 a.m. – 4 p.m. EST.
The U.S. Air Force is the sponsor of the Web cam service. ESPN Radio Shows such as Mike & Mike in the Morning, the Tony Kornheiser Show and the Dan Patrick Show with Rob Dibble are broadcasting from the Super Bowl this week.
To see what’s happening right now at the Super Bowl, users log onto to and click on the U.S. Air Force Web cam icon on the right side of the ESPN homepage.