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The LGA broadcasts ministerial addresses and highlights of events, policy review group meetings and LGA announcements. Some are webcast live, but all are archived so you can view at a later date.

A full list of 'webcasts' is available.

What is Webcasting?
Webcasting is the transmission of audio and video over the internet using streaming technology. Also known as online broadcasting or streaming media, content can be delivered live or in an archive format to internet users. You can view webcasts in Windows Mediaplayer.If you want any help on downloading or viewing - why not try the 'Help & FAQs' section.

What do we Webcast?:
The LGA broadcasts ministerial addresses and highlights of events, policy review group meetings and LGA announcements. Some are webcast live, but all are archived so you can view at a later date.
Future webcast dates and recent archived events are displayed on the right.

How Webcasting can help you!
We aim to use webcasting as a vital communication tool, opening up our conferences and meetings and allowing the fullest access to information and decision making as it happens here at Local Government House or at events and conferences around the country.

How To View Webcasts
You will need to have Windows Mediaplayer to watch broadcasts. To view the archive of a meeting, click on its title on the right. If you wish to view an archived webcast from an earlier date simply click on archived webcast or select 'Webcasts' from the menu bar above.

Webcast overview 

Recent Webcasts