What is a Webcast?
A webcast is a transmission of audio and video over the internet. Video cameras at our Council meetings capture the live information and send it, via our provider public-i to anyone that would like to view the meeting. Through the use of your Internet connection (either broadband or via a dial-up modem) and Adobe's Flash player you can view the meetings live from the comfort of your own home.
Should you miss a meeting, or would like to view a section of the meeting again, then you can view the archive of the webcast. The archives allow you to view a meeting and, through the use of the index points, allow you to jump to a specific agenda point or speaker.
Meetings being webcast
Cornwall Council is now webcasting Full Council, Cabinet and Strategic Planning Committee meetings as well as other meetings of wide public interest.
Upcoming webcasts are listed on the right of this page, as well as recent webcast available to view from our archives. The archive of each meeting will normally be available 2 working days following the meeting.
- To view a webcast follow the link on the title of the meeting.
- To use a text based version of the player use the 'text' link at the top of the player window for the meeting.
From the Webcast screen, you will also be able to view any associated documents and presentations linked to the topics discussed at the meeting.
Future Meetings, Minutes and Agenda
If you wish to view all future meetings including the minutes and agenda pages please see the calendar of meetings. At present, we are webcasting Full Council, Cabinet and Strategic Planning Committee meetings only.