Norman City Council and Planning Commission meetings to be streamed on Web

Norman City Council and Planning Commission meetings should be available for live viewing and viewing on demand via the Internet by January, The Oklahoman reported today.

The city is paying more than $49,500 to Granicas Inc. for the Webcasting/video streaming software and more than $1,600 a month to the company for hosting and management services.

The Oklahoman story provides more details on the arrangement with Granicas and also about a $48,000 automated agenda management program being purchased by the city.

Joey Senat, Ph.D.
Associate Professor

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