Wed, 02nd Sep 2015 - 2:00 pm
What is a webcast?
A webcast is a transmission of audio and video over the internet. This service enables anyone with a mobile device (Apple or Android) or a computer to watch council meetings live or from the archive. Please note if you are using a Windows media based mobile device then you won't be able to watch live webcasts. If for some reason you can't view a webcast please ensure that you install Adobe's Flash Player on your device/computer.
Meetings currently webcast
Click on the links below to view agendas, minutes and to find out when future meetings have been scheduled for:
The archive of each meeting will normally be available two working days or earlier following the meeting. View archived meetings from the last six months.
Watch live webcasts
To view a webcast click on any play button or title of the meeting. The webcast should automatically play. From the webcast player, you will also be able to view any associated documents (resources tab) and presentations (slides tab) linked to the topics under consideration at the meeting.
Watch archived webcasts
In an archived webcast, use the links in the timeline to jump to a specific agenda item or point in the meeting. Selecting the speaker's name in the timeline will reveal a profile of that person.
Sharing and embed features
Click the green 'share' button either at the top or bottom of the webcast player page to share the short [URL] link via social media sites or email, or obtain the HTML code to embed the webcast on your own website. Alternatively, you can share a particular point from a webcast (archive only) via the green circular buttons within the timeline.
Through the webcast library page you can search the content of webcasts over the last six months by selecting any keyword from within the tag cloud. All results shown will take you to all corresponding webcasts tagged accordingly.
Having problems viewing?
Please see the help section for information on technical specifications and troubleshooting.