WebCasts
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Note: Scheduled (live) webcasts are available for viewing from PC’s running Windows. When the meeting is over, the video is converted, posted under "Recent Webcasts" and can be viewed on both PC’s and Apple devices.
 
 >    Scheduled WebCasts  
 
  No Meeting In Progress           Meeting Agendas
   
 
  Date/Time    Title    Location  
 3/31/2015 9:00 AM  HACSA and Board of Commissioners Regular Meeting  BCC and Harris Hall 
 
 >    Recent WebCasts  
 
  Click on a meeting to play the video.
   
 
  Date/Time    Title    Location  
 3/17/2015 1:30 PM  Board of Commissioners Regular Meeting  Harris Hall 
 3/17/2015 9:00 AM  Board of Commissioners Regular Meeting  Harris Hall 
 3/10/2015 9:00 AM  Board of Commissioners Regular Meeting  Harris Hall 
 3/3/2015 9:00 AM  HACSA and Board of Commissioners Reuglar Meeting  BCC Conf Room and Harris Hall 
 
 >    Archived WebCasts  
 
  Archives:  2015  |  2014  |  2013  |  2012
 
 >    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.