If you want to get a look at the action in a Domino's kitchen, but can't (or don't want to) go to one of the new-fangled open kitchen locations, Domino's has you covered. The "artisan" pizza chain has introduced a handy feed called Domino's Live which offers anyone with internet access the chance to watch "live and uncut" footage of a Salt Lake City Domino's kitchen 12 hours a day. The move seems to be a part of Domino's mission to prove that its pizzas are not made by robots, and that not all of its employees stick cheese where it doesn't belong.
In the below introductory video from Domino's, the unidentified narrator explains that the live cam is "an addition" to the Domino's Tracker. (The Domino's Tracker allows customers to check where in the cooking and delivery process their pizza is online.) According to the video, Domino's believes: "When you make great food you have nothing to hide."
Video: Domino's LIVE