WebCasts
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Note: There is now a single link for both Windows and Apple formatted videos. The system automatically renders the appropriate video given your browser and operating system.
 
 >    Scheduled WebCasts  
 
  No Meeting In Progress           Meeting Agendas
   
 
  Date/Time    Title    Location  
 
 >    Recent WebCasts  
 
  Click on a meeting to play the video.
   
 
  Date/Time    Title    Location  
 11/12/2014 1:30 PM  Board of Commissioners Regular Meeting  Board of Commissioners Conference Room 
 11/12/2014 9:00 AM  Board of Commissioners Regular Meeting  Harris Hall 
 11/4/2014 9:00 AM  Board of Commissioners Regular Meeting  Harris Hall 
 10/28/2014 9:00 AM  HACSA and Board of County Commissioners Meeting  Harris Hall 
 
 >    Archived WebCasts  
 
  Archives:  2014  |  2013  |  2012  |  2011
 
 >    Requirements  
 
  Minimum Requirements:
     Windows -
 
     Other Operating Systems -
 
  • A browser that supports html5 video for the MP4 format (Safari 5, Chrome 6, Internet Explorer 9).
 >    Important Information  
 
  • The most recent 13 months of videos are available for playback over the internet. If you are looking for a video older than 13 months, please email a request for the video file to LCBCCVid@co.lane.or.us. Please list the date of the video you are looking for in your email and we will make arrangements with you to get you a copy of it.
     
  • The "Live Webcast" service is a broadcast of Metro TV (Comcast Channel 21).  For the schedule of live meetings refer to the Scheduled WebCasts section above.
     
  • The Recent/Archived meetings are always available.
     
  • Please be patient - the video stream usually takes a few seconds to start (7-10 for high bandwidth connections, up to 45 seconds for low-speed dialup).  You should see an indicator that your player is buffering the stream before it starts playing.
     
  • Internet Video works best with a high speed internet connection (DSL or Cable).  There will be an automatic audio-only or limited video feed for slower Internet connections.