Colorado TV is the next generation production of our WEBCAM project started in 2002 in Snowmass Colorado. After creating over 100 live webcam views in Colorado, we have created the TV Channel, a single stream of many webcams, auto switched for you on programmed timers. The duration of a single webcam view is programmed and varies from 30 seconds to 5 minutes depending on the WEBCAM view. For example, Pan Tilt Zoom tours are longer duration, where a static shot, we will run shorter. This COLORADO TV project was started in December of 2021, and we published our stream on our websites as well as ROKU and EVOCA.TV. The AUDIO TRACK is a partnership with a Colorado Radio Station RADIO FREE ASPEN is our audio partner. Radio Free Aspen is KTND 93.5 in the Roaring Fork Valley based in Aspen Colorado. With Video by Colorado webcam and Audio by KTND Thunder 93.5 the TV Channel provides nice passive views to run in the background. Keeping an eye on nature and weather as well as enjoyable music and news from Radio Free Aspen.
Viewing the channel from a big TV is the best experience. You can find our “Colorado Webcam” channels on ROKU. We were published on EVOCA.TV but they shut down in 2023. You can find our channel on our website, www.coloradotv.net and www.coloradowebcam.net both have the stream player. ColoradoTV.Net is ad free with no time outs. You can use chrome cast to send the Phone Web Stream or PC Web Stream to a big TV if your TV supports Chrome Cast.
Our business mission and model are to provide Live Webcam Streams for public viewing. We have produced over 120 streams in Colorado, Iowa, Upper Michigan, Wisconsin, and Wyoming currently. We tie in BRANDING with each webcam view to monetize the systems. You will see webcams have LOGO overlay and they are the sponsors of that webcam. The Camera becomes their view and shares brand recognition as well as a solid draw of viewers with 24/7/365 new content provided in return.
The Video portion of the tour is broken down into groups. The TV Channel starts in the Front Range, Denver, Boulder, and Arvada Colorado. Phase two is North Front Range, Cheyenne Airport, Centennial WY, and Medicine Bow National Forest. Phase three is up I70 to Idaho Springs and Georgetown. Phase four is to Granby and Grand Lake near Rocky Mountain National Park. Phase five is Winter Park and Pikes Peak south Front Range. Phase six is the Southeast side of the San de Cristo range and the Spanish Peaks. Phase seven is Crestone, and the San Louis Valley. Phase eight goes to Chaffee County starting in Buena Vista, along the Arkansas River, River Runners, and Independent Whitewater. Phase nine is Mount Princeton Hot Springs Resort. Phase ten is HWY 50, Poncha Springs, and the Royal Gorge. Phase eleven is Salida including the Arkansas River and tenderfoot mountain views. Phase twelve goes to Beaver Creek Area with views of the ski resort. Phase thirteen is Glenwood Springs, the Colorado River, the Roaring Fork River, Highway 82, and the Whitewater Park in west Glenwood Springs. Phase thirteen is the Glenwood Springs Airport. Phase fourteen is Mid-valley, Coryell Ranch, Carbondale, Mount Sopris and Marble Colorado. Phase fourteen is ASPEN, the golf course, Aspen Ski Resort, HWY 82, and the Silver Queen Gondola. Phase fifteen goes to Snowmass Village at the Snowmass Ski Resort with mountain views. Phase seventeen is the Grand Mesa, and New Castle Colorado. Phase eighteen is Rifle Colorado, then Northwest to Meeker, Rangely and Dinosaur Colorado. Phase twenty is Southwest Colorado Ridgway and Ouray Colorado. That is the end of the loop then it goes back to Phase one views.