The co-organizers of the famous Ball Drop are once again offering HD satellite and fiber feeds of the celebration from Times Square, New York, as well as behind-the-scenes preparations leading up to the big night, including this week’s Numeral Arrival, December 26 (Numeral Installation atop One Times Square), December 27 (Crystal Installation), December 28 (Good Riddance Day), December 29 (Confetti Test) and December 30 (Ball Test and Balloon Preparation).
The New Year’s Eve live feeds are clean and uninterrupted with no bug or logo. They are available free of charge to domestic and international media organizations and will feature exclusive panoramic views from proprietary camera locations with the ambient and natural sounds of the revelers, showcasing the lighting and raising of the famous New Year’s Ball, hourly countdowns, musical performances by 2019 GRAMMY Award Nominee Bebe Rexha (“Meant to Be,” “Me, Myself & I”, “I’m a Mess” and John Lennon’s “Imagine”) and alt-pop band lovelytheband (“broken,” “these are my friends” and “maybe, i’m afraid”), as well as the famous Ball Drop at midnight.
Satellite coordinate/fiber feed information for the live, New Year’s Eve celebration on December 31 and the downloadable pre-New Year’s Eve footage is available online: http://bit.ly/2C77Hg9.
The event organizers have also partnered with Livestream once again to offer an international, six-hour webcast of the event. Times Square New Year’s Eve host Allison Hagendorf and street correspondents Andrea Boehlke and Jeremy Hassel will provide will cover the action in Times Square, including the hourly countdowns, ball raising ceremony, stage performances and special guests. This webcast is being made available for media outlets, webmasters and bloggers to embed on their own websites.
Additional details and embedding details are available here: http://timessquarenyc.org/events/new-years-eve/webcast/index.aspx.