As informed by the website of "Komsomolskaya Pravda" kp.ru, recently they paid duty Safari Park "seaside" for broadcast webcams. This amount represents approximately 300,000 rubles. For this Safari Park allowed host broadcast webcams on the Web-site of "Komsomolskaya Pravda".
Thus, it can be assumed that the right to broadcast webcams Safari Park "seaside" sell for ~ 300,000 rubles.
In this regard, it is not clear why so far on the site and in the Safari Park webcam broadcasts no commercials, which could at least partly cover the costs of traffic.
Update: as it turned out later, "Komsomolskaya Pravda" paid less than half of the debt, although it is claimed on their website:
"Komsomolskaya Pravda" not only to pay a large part of the debt before the Safari Park providers. "
And Safari Park does not sell the broadcasting rights to not lose visitors.
The audience, watching the life of the goat Timur and Tiger Cupid, did not remain indifferent to the huge debt to safaris-Seaside Park "before the company" Sputnik-video ". It should be reminded that debt for broadcast webcams for January 2016 year amounted to more than 300,000 rubles.
As it turned out, broadcast webcams Seaside Safari Park-expensive. January 2016 year fee 5 webcams plus payment traffic amounted to more than 300,000 rubles.
Pay such amounts of OOO "Siberian Tiger" (Seaside Safari Park) and "Center" Siberian Tiger "is not in a position, therefore, the decision on the temporary disabling of Web cameras.
When the broadcast will resume is unknown.
In December 2015, the company "Beeline" offered its own solution for installing webcams and broadcast (via 3 g or via sputnikovyaj online), but their proposal was rejected. The cause is unknown. As a result, Seaside Safari Park management has entered into a contract to assemble and broadcast cameras with local companies from Vladivostok "satellite-video".
Yesterday booth goat Timur were installed m 2 includes webcams.
Now viewers can observe the life of Tiger Cupid (2 cameras), goat Timur (2 cameras), goat Man′koj (1), as well as for Leopard and ungulates (wild boar, deer, and moose).