Last updated: 22/05/2013
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What is a webcast?
A webcast is a transmission of audio and video over the
internet. Video cameras and recording equipment capture the event
and sends the information to a host server which in turn streams
the meeting live over the internet. A recording of the event is
kept for our archives for 6 months after the live date.
We webcast some of our most important council meetings,
including Full Council, Cabinet and Strategic Planning Committee.
We also webcast other meetings of general public interest, so
please check back here to view our latest list meetings to be
- Strategic Planning Committee - 6 June 2013 10.00am
- Cabinet - 12 June 2013 10.00am
- Strategic Planning Committee - 4 July 2013 10.00am
- Strategic Planning Committee - 1 August 2013 10:00am
Have your say during live webcasts
During the live events you will have the opportunity to make
real time comments using the Live Chat feature. Simply enter a
screen name and type your message. Live Chat is a moderated
forum therefore any comments deemed unsuitable or
inappropriate will not be published on screen.
You may also send tweets via Twitter.com using the
hashtag #CCwebcast. Your comments, or 'tweets', will be
shown next to the webcast image.
- Please note: Cornwall Council is not
responsible for any tweets posted on Twitter.com and has no control
to moderate, remove or otherwise, any content on Twitter. All
opinions (tweets) or images posted on Twitter.com are public
information as they have been posted on a public forum. Cornwall
Council is not affiliated with Twitter.com or any third party
investors or contributors of that site.
You can submit comments on any of our webcast meetings (live or
archived) using the feedback link on the toolbar about the
Since the project began in 2010, we have webcast more than 110
meetings. Our webcasts have received around 780,950 views from more
than 34,160 unique visitors and 17,900 repeat visitors.
Our most viewed webcasts include the Full Council meeting of 16
October 2012, watched by over 12,800 people, and the Full
Council meeing of 23 October 2012 with a total of over 11,500
1-31 March 2013
1 Apr 2012 - 31 Mar 2013
If you have missed any of our webcasts or would like to watch a
meeting again, you can view the archive at any time. Index points
allow you to jump to a specific agenda point or speaker.
Webcasts are normally archived within two days of the meeting
date and are available to watch for six months from the live