Friday, December 11, 2009

Santa Webcasts LIVE Daily from the North Pole

/PRNewswire/ -- today announced the provisioning of LIVE broadband video access via the Internet to Santa Claus at the North Pole.

Starting December 10th, 2009, Santa will be appearing on the web daily to personally take Christmas requests from children around the world. Using the latest in satellite and Internet technologies, Santa will be brought to Internet computers where he will tell stories, take phone calls, play games and interact with children all from the comfort of their own homes. The live webcast site is located at

Now in its fifth year of production, has become so popular that millions of children access the site - and the sheer volume is overwhelming for Santa. To manage effective site access, for the first time will be available through a pay-per-view membership. Additionally, Santa really wanted to be able to give back to the community and is donating partial proceeds from every membership to the SPCA so that all the animals can have a Merry Christmas, too!

Daily 24-hour passes to chat and watch Santa's North Pole video are $2.95 and a full season pass costs only $9.95.

Santa expressed his delight at being able to be beamed down from the North Pole for yet another year. "Ho, Ho, Ho! I can't wait to chat with all the little boys and girls around the world through the magic of the Internet. Ho, Ho, Ho!"

The North Pole webcasts will be held daily through December 23rd. A schedule is posted on the website along with an interactive world map to help with the time-zone calculations.


The website and webcast is the cumulative result of a group of dedicated volunteers who want to make Christmas happier for the children of the world. Now in its 5th year of operation, allows all children the opportunity to be closer to Santa Claus while also helping the animals of the SPCA. The website is at

Fayette Front Page
Georgia Front Page

No comments: