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Webcams Debut at Little League International

WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. (Aug. 3, 2006) -- Now, anyone in the world with an Internet connection can see live images at Little League International via four web-based cameras, or “webcams” set up at various locations.

Each webcam – available at the Little League Baseball and Softball web site at www.LittleLeague.org – refreshes once every 30 seconds with a new photo. Users also can hit “refresh” on their Internet browsers for a new photo as often as they wish.

The four webcams are:

Little League Museum Webcam: This webcam is located in the lobby of the Peter J. McGovern Little League Museum, and is active only during museum operating hours.

Little League International Concourse Webcam: This webcam is located in the concourse between the two stadiums.

Lamade Stadium Scoreboard Webcam: This webcam is focused on the scoreboard at Howard J. Lamade Stadium. This (and the Volunteer Stadium Scoreboard Webcam) allows the user to follow along with the game, even if the game is not available on television or radio.

Volunteer Stadium Scoreboard Webcam: This webcam is focused on the scoreboard at Little League Volunteer Stadium.

The photo images are not archived, so once the image refreshes, the previous image can no longer be viewed.

“We are pleased to add another interactive and entertaining element to our web site, which is viewed by millions of people each year,” Lance Van Auken, Little League International senior communications executive, said. “The number of visitors to www.LittleLeague.org will peak this month August at about 500,000 individuals. We hope everyone enjoys the webcams and all of the information we provide to the players, parents, volunteers and fans of Little League Baseball and Softball.”

Little League Baseball and Softball is the world’s largest organized sports program, with more than 2.6 million players and more than 1 million adult volunteers worldwide.