North Wales Fire and Rescue Authority
Mon, 17th Sep 2018 - 10:30 am
What is a webcast? A webcast is a transmission of audio and video over in the internet. Cameras capture the live information which is then accessible on the North Wales Fire and Rescue Authority website to anyone who would like to view it.
How do I view a webcast? If you have an internet connection you can watch the meetings from the comfort of your own home. You can watch them while they are happening and for up to 6 months afterwards. You will also find links on the webcasting page to the agenda and reports for the meeting that you are watching which will give you useful information about the issues that are being discussed.
Meeting archive If you miss a meeting or want to watch part or all of it again you can do so for up to six months after the date of the meeting. The index points also let you jump to a specific agenda point or speaker.
Feedback You can submit comments and feedback about the webcasts themselves using the feedback form provided at the bottom of each webcast page.
Recent and future meetings are displayed on the right hand side of this page. Click on the title of the meeting you want to view. For older meetings, click on the link below.
All webcast footage is the copyright of the North Wales Fire and Rescue Authority. Webcasts for which we have provided the embed code can be hosted in full on another website. However, you are not permitted to download footage nor upload it to another website without the written permission of the North Wales Fire and Rescue Authority. Please be aware that video sharing websites require you to have the permission of the copyright owner in order to upload videos to their site.