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Welcome to Croydon Council's web streaming portal
We use our webcasts to help make democratic processes in Croydon accessible to everyone
Many people are interested in local democracy and the issues that affect them but are unable to attend meetings. Webcasting is one of a number of online engagement tools that enable local people to connect with their council, learn what is happening in the area and participate in the decision making process. For more ways to get involved check out the council's brand new digital consultation and engagement platform: getinvolved.croydon.gov.uk
How to use the webcast portal:
To the right we have listed forthcoming and recently completed webcasts.
Once you select a webcast, the timeline on the right displays the agenda (in a live webcast) or index points (in an archived webcast), which enable skipping to a specific point in the meeting.
- Click on the time for a specific clip.
- Click on the speaker's name to link to his/her profile.
The tabs above provide access to additional features when these are used: slides, related resources and speaker profiles.
Webcasts are available for viewing via this page for six months from the date of broadcast. Older webcasts can be viewed on our YouTube channel.
Please use the hashtag #croydonlive
For Croydon Council news please go to: news.croydon.gov.uk
Our help pages can tell you more about webcasting, how it works, and what you need to enjoy our service.
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