Sunday, January 06, 2008

10,000th Visitor To LaBelle Live Video Webcast

10,000th Webcast Channel Vistors - from France and Germany

LABELLE, FL. -- On Saturday afternoon, the Sunday Morning News editor's video "life cast" logged it's 10,000th visitor. At about 3:30 a 41-year old man from northern Germany with the screen name of  FLBARON joined the channel's chat window.  Almost simultaneously a teen from Normandy, France, screen-named YDDE13 joined the chat session. A "chat session" went on for about an hour with the two Europeans, and many others from around the world  joining in on the informal LaBelle video channel Saturday afternoon.

Don Browne has been publicizing LaBelle and Hendry-Glades county for over 10 years though his web pages featuring news and information about the Hendry-Glades-Lake Okeechobee region. In mid-November he added a live video cast from a webcam mounted on his laptop computer to spread the word around the world about Southwest Florida, and the LaBelle area in particular.

In the past seven weeks, over 10,100  visitors have come from all over the world to visit LaBelle's only  LIVE "life casting" video cast, including folks from  Brazil, Sweden, Russian Federation, England, and a surprise visit from a French man who was climbing Mourt Everest, the world's highest mountain.  A map on the LaBelle video page shows from where the thousands of visitors are coming. Take a look at the video web page, log in, and say "hello" to the Sunday Morning News editor's at the LaBelle, Florida "life cast."

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