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The camera draws 20,000 views a month to the city’s website, said Sandra King, a spokeswoman for Pompano Beach.
These snapshots of regular everyday life are becoming a source of entertainment for people who increasingly do everything online.
Discover the Palm Beaches, the county's tourism bureau, has a page (palmbeachfl.com/beachcam) featuring various webcams of popular areas such as the Boca Raton Inlet and the Jupiter Inlet.
According to the Greater Fort Lauderdale Convention & Visitors Bureau, its webcam page is the most visited link on and the most shared link that tourism officials post on social media.
The page features links to webcams throughout Broward County."The live beach cams' authentic, un-retouched, natural beauty is a draw, especially in the cold winter months up North, or in the hot land-locked areas in summer," said Nicki E.
Grossman, president and CEO of the Greater Fort Lauderdale Convention & Visitors Bureau, in an email.
Part of the draw is the high-definition footage."To see things live is very compelling for people," said Brian Cury, CEO and founder of Earth Cam Inc., a live webcam network that broadcasts from sites including the beaches behind The Breakers in Palm Beach and Miami's Biscayne Bay.
The New Jersey-based Earth Cam this month added a camera to the Lauderdale Marina at 15th Street Fisheries in Fort Lauderdale, capturing images of boats embarking or docking.The 17th Street Causeway bridge can be seen in the background."It feels like you are standing on the dock and overlooking the pier," Cury said.Viewers range from out-of-state folks who want to marvel at the sandy shorelines to local office workers looking to escape cubicle life.There also are the cruise-ship fans who enjoy keeping tabs on their favorites and surfers eager to monitor beach conditions."It's really like watching TV on the Internet," said Lou Gnandt, co-founder of PTZtv.com, a Fort Lauderdale-based company that has 20 webcam locations globally."It's a window into an area that people can see and hear. It's entertainment."The company, which he started with David Balmforth, has six webcam locations in South Florida, including at the Hyatt Regency Pier Sixty-Six and Courtyard by Marriott Fort Lauderdale Beach. The one from Port Everglades."It has a big following," Gnandt said of the port camera, which records the live broadcast and makes it available for sale.Webcams have become marketing tools for South Florida tourism groups.