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Santa Cam and Related Videos for NORAD Tracks Santa

The NORAD Tracks Santa website Videos webpage is updated, generally each hour, to show a Santa Cam video of a CGI-rendered Santa flying over major cities in the different time zones where it is midnight. The videos feature a voiceover, that is typically done by NORAD staff, explaining Santa's location with facts about Santa and the country and city which Santa has just visited.[1]

Celebrity voiceovers have also been done over the years. For the London Santa Cam video, British celebrity and television presenter Jonathan Ross did the voiceover for 2005 thru 2007 and the former Beatle star Ringo Starr was an honorary Santa Tracker and voiceover for London in 2003 and 2004.[2][3] Paul Harvey was also an honorary Santa Tracker and did the voiceover for the St. Louis, Missouri Santa Cam in 2003. In 2002, Aaron Carter was an honorary Santa Tracker and provided voice updates about Santa's whereabouts as he helped NORAD track Santa's progress on Christmas Eve in 2002.[4] The Santa Cam locations announced by Aaron Carter for the 2002 NORAD Tracks Santa season were: 1) Auckland, New Zealand, 2) Athens,Greece, and 3) Colorado Springs.

The locations of some of the Santa Cam videos have changed over the years. In 2009, a record 28 Santa Cam videos were posted at the NORAD Tracks Santa website's Videos webpage. In other years, generally 24 to 25 Santa Cam videos were posted at the NORAD Tracks Santa website's Videos webpage.

Under each year is a table of locations of the Santa Cam videos posted for that year at the NORAD Tracks Santa website's Videos webpage with links to the Santa Cam video clips (where available). Then each year has a comment on which Santa Cam video locations changed (additions, updates, and deletions) from the prior year.

In December 2010, prior to Christmas Eve, the Videos webpage featured the NORAD Tracks Santa Trailer and a link to the Holiday Videos webpage that has invited student videos from around the world. See article Holiday Videos from Around the World for more information.


2010

NTS 2010 Logo

NORAD Tracks Santa 2010 Logo

55th Anniversary of NORAD Tracks Santa


2010 NORAD Tracks Santa - Santa Cam Videos
Arriving and Departing Link Clip
1. Taking off from the North Pole and proceeding south along the International Date Line [1]
2. Flying Over the Pacific Ocean [2]
3. Visiting Auckland and passing by Sky Tower, and then on to Picton, and Cloudy Bay, New Zealand [3]
4. Passing over the Sydney Opera House as he enters Australia [4]
5. Passing Mount Fuji and going 100 times faster than a 500 series Shinkansen "bullet train" in Japan [5]
6. Flying along the Great Wall of China and passing the Beijing National Stadium "Bird's Nest" [6]
7. Flying over Perth, Australia [7]
8. Crossing the Hump (the Himalayas) in Nepal [8]
9. Flying over the Taj Mahal in India [9]
10. Climbing to an altitude of some 240 miles (385 kilometers) to visit the International Space Station (ISS) [10]
11. Passing thru Athens, Greece and flying over the Acropolis and seeing the ancient ruins of the Parthenon (a new video for 2010) [11]
12. Flying over Johanesburg, South Africa (a new video for 2010) [12]
13. Flying over Florence, Italy and seeing the Forence Cathedral (a new video for 2010) [13]
14. Making deliveries near Berlin, Germany and keeping an eye on the statue Victoria at the Brandenburg Gate (a new video for 2010) [14]
15. Circling the Eiffel Tower in Paris, France [15]
16. Flying over Bracelona, Spain and seeing the Sagrada Família (a new video for 2010) [16]
17. In London, United Kingdom [17]
18. Circling near the Christ the Redeemer statue in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil [18]
19. Flying over the ruins of Machu Picchu and passing Cuzco in Peru [19]
20. Entering the United States Northern Command by transiting up the coast of Florida past Kennedy Space Center [20]
21. Flying over Toronto in Ontario, Canada [21]
22. Flying through Midtown Manhattan in New York City and flying slowly thru Central Park [22]
23. Flying slowly over Reindeer Lake in Canada [23]
24. Flying over Chicago, Illinois and passing by the Willis Tower (a new video for 2010) [24]
25. Flying over Mexico City, Mexico [25]
26. Flying over Denver, Colorado (a new video for 2010) [26]
27. Flying Past Mount St. Helens and Circling the Space Needle, Seattle, Washington [27]
28. Ending his mission in Hilo, Hawaii [28]


The NORAD Tracks Santa program continues to make Santa tracking an enjoyable experience by varying the route again in 2010 with the 28 posted Santa Cam videos and seven (7) route changes. New Santa Cam videos for 2010 were for: 1) Athens, Greece, 2) Johanesburg, South Africa, 3) Florence, Italy, 4) Berlin, Germany, 5) Bracelona, Spain, 6) Chicago in Illinois, and 7) Denver, Colorado.

The Santa Cam video for Athens, Greece replaced the 2009 Santa Cam video for Moscow, Russia.

The Santa Cam video for Johanesburg, South Africa replaced the 2009 Santa Cam video for the Egyptian Pyramids of Giza near Cairo, Egypt.

The Santa Cam video for Florence, Italy replaced the 2009 Santa Cam video for Rome, Italy.

The Santa Cam video for Berlin, Germany replaced the 2009 Santa Cam video for Zurich, Switzerland.

The Santa Cam video for Bracelona, Spain replaced the 2009 Santa Cam video for Lajes do Pico in the Azores.

The Santa Cam video for Chicago, Illinois replaced the 2009 Santa Cam video for St. Louis, Missouri.

The Santa Cam video for Denver, Colorado replaced the 2009 Santa Cam video for Colorado Springs, Colorado.


2010 NORAD Tracks Santa - Other Videos
Other Videos Link Clip
2010 NORAD Tracks Santa Holiday Message by Admiral Winnefeld, Commander of NORAD [29]
2010 NORAD Tracks Santa Holiday Message by NORAD Alaska Region [30]
2010 NORAD Tracks Santa Holiday Message by NORAD Canada Region [31]
2010 NORAD Tracks Santa Holiday Message by NORAD U.S. Continental Region and 601st Air and Space Operations Center [32]
2010 NORAD Tracks Santa Holiday Message 1 by US Olympic Military Athletes at the US Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs, Colorado, USA [33]
2010 NORAD Tracks Santa Holiday Message 2 by US Olympic Military Athletes at the US Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs, Colorado, USA [34]
2010 NORAD Tracks Santa Trailer [35]
2010 Colorado Springs, School District 11 - Winning Christmas Holiday Video - Wasson High School [36]
2010 Colorado Springs, School District 11 - Christmas Holiday Video - Bijou School [37]
2010 Student Videos From Around the World - International School Suva, Fiji. [38]
2010 Student Videos From Around the World - David G. Farragut High School at Naval Station Rota, El Puerto de Santa Maria and Córdoba, Spain [39]
2010 Student Videos From Around the World - Headquarters, U.S. European Command, Stuttgart, Germany [40]
2010 Student Videos From Around the World - Sunrise Elementary School, Palm Bay, Florida, USA [41]
2010 Student Videos From Around the World - Faith Middle School, Fort Benning, Georgia, USA [42]
2010 Student Videos From Around the World - West Point Middle School, U.S. Military Academy at West Point, New York, USA [43]
2010 Student Videos From Around the World - International School of Astana, Kazakhstan [44]
Video of representatives from the NORAD Tracks Santa program and some of the partners from Google, Booz Allen Hamilton and the Marine Toys for Tots Foundation, who help sponsor the NORAD Tracks Santa Program, joined together at the NYSE alongside the one and only Santa from Macy’s to get people geared up to track Santa as he makes his yuletide journey. In honor of the occasion, they rang The Closing Bell on Dec. 20, 2010.[5] [45]
Patric Covey from Jacksonville, North Carolina, USA organizes and hosts a 15 hour live video blog show on NORAD Tracking Santa on Christmas Eve of 2010. [6] [46]
NORAD Tracks Santa Operations Center B-roll Part 1 of 2 on Christmas Eve of 2010. [47]
NORAD Tracks Santa Operations Center B-roll Part 2 of 2 on Christmas Eve of 2010. [48]
NORAD Tracks Santa Fan in New York City, New York in December 2010. [49]
2010 AP News Story - AP News speaks with NORAD Commander, Admiral Winnefeld, about the NORAD Tracking Santa effort on December 24, 2010 [50]
2010 CNN News Story - CNN News speaks with NORAD Commander, Admiral Winnefeld, about the NORAD Tracking Santa effort on December 24, 2010 [51]
2010 Fox and Friends News Story - Fox and Friends News speaks with NORAD Commander, Admiral Winnefeld, about the NORAD Tracking Santa effort on December 24, 2010 [52]
2010 MSNBC News Story - MSNBC News speaks with NORAD Commander, Admiral Winnefeld, about the NORAD Tracking Santa effort on December 24, 2010 [53]
2010 NECN News Story - NECN News speaks with NORAD Commander, Admiral Winnefeld, about the NORAD Tracking Santa effort on December 24, 2010 [54]
2010 Reuters News Story - Reuters News speaks with NORAD Commander, Admiral Winnefeld, about the NORAD Tracking Santa effort on December 24, 2010 [55]
2010 Sky News Story - Sky News speaks with NORAD Commander, Admiral Winnefeld, about the NORAD Tracking Santa effort on December 24, 2010 [56]
2010 KOAA-TV News Story - KOAA-TV News speaks with NORAD Commander, Admiral Winnefeld, about the NORAD Tracking Santa effort on December 24, 2010 [57]
2010 WCCO-TV News Story - WCCO-TV News speaks with NORAD Commander, Admiral Winnefeld, about the NORAD Tracking Santa effort on December 24, 2010 [58]
2010 CBC News Story - CBC News speaks with NORAD Deputy Commander, Lieutenant General Marcel Duval, Canadian Forces about the NORAD Tracking Santa effort on December 24, 2010 [59]
2010 CTV News Story - CTV News speaks with NORAD Deputy Commander, Lieutenant General Marcel Duval, Canadian Forces about the NORAD Tracking Santa effort on December 24, 2010 [60]
2010 Global News Story - Global News speaks with NORAD Deputy Commander, Lieutenant General Marcel Duval, Canadian Forces about the NORAD Tracking Santa effort on December 24, 2010 [61]
2010 MSNBC News Story - MSNBC News speaks with NORAD Deputy Commander, Lieutenant General Marcel Duval, Canadian Forces about the NORAD Tracking Santa effort on December 24, 2010 [62]
2010 KING-TV News Story - KING-TV News speaks with NORAD Deputy Commander, Lieutenant General Marcel Duval, Canadian Forces about the NORAD Tracking Santa effort on December 24, 2010 [63]
2010 KSAZ-TV News Story - KSAZ-TV News speaks with NORAD Deputy Commander, Lieutenant General Marcel Duval, Canadian Forces about the NORAD Tracking Santa effort on December 24, 2010 [64]
2010 KTIV-TV News Story - KTIV-TV News speaks with NORAD Deputy Commander, Lieutenant General Marcel Duval, Canadian Forces about the NORAD Tracking Santa effort on December 24, 2010 [65]
2010 KTVU-TV News Story - KVVU-TV News speaks with NORAD Deputy Commander, Lieutenant General Marcel Duval, Canadian Forces about the NORAD Tracking Santa effort on December 24, 2010 [66]
2010 KVVU-TV News Story - KVVU-TV News speaks with NORAD Deputy Commander, Lieutenant General Marcel Duval, Canadian Forces about the NORAD Tracking Santa effort on December 24, 2010 [67]
2010 WBMA-TV News Story - WBMA-TV News speaks with NORAD Deputy Commander, Lieutenant General Marcel Duval, Canadian Forces about the NORAD Tracking Santa effort on December 24, 2010 [68]
2010 WSAW-TV News Story - WSAW-TV News speaks with NORAD Deputy Commander, Lieutenant General Marcel Duval, Canadian Forces about the NORAD Tracking Santa effort on December 24, 2010 [69]
2010 WJAR-TV News Story - WJAR-TV News speaks with US NORTHCOM Deputy Commander, Lieutenant General Frank Grass about the NORAD Tracking Santa effort on December 24, 2010 [70]
2010 KFBK-AM News Story - KFBK-AM News speaks with Major Mike Humphreys of NORAD Public Affairs, about the NORAD Tracking Santa effort on December 24, 2010 (Audio) [71]
2010 WCBS-TV News Story - WCBS-TV News speaks with Major Mike Humphreys of NORAD Public Affairs, about the NORAD Tracking Santa effort on December 24, 2010 [72]
2010 WFTX-TV News Story - WFTX-TV News speaks with Major Mike Humphreys of NORAD Public Affairs, about the NORAD Tracking Santa effort on December 24, 2010 [73]

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