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All public meetings begin at 6pm Monday through Friday.
City Council Meetings are cablecast "live" at 8:00 A.M. on Tuesdays and replayed Tuesdays at 6 P.M. and Sundays at 12:00 Noon.
What is streaming video?
Streaming video is technology which allows you to view multimedia content over an Internet connection.
What format is the streaming video in?
The City of El Paso uses the Windows Media (.wma) for its streaming video.
What software do I need to view the streaming video?
To view the City's streaming videos, you will need the latest Windows Media Player (download here).
Apple Macintosh Users and may require a Quicktime plugin available (here).
Is the City Council Meeting streamed “live”?
Yes. Unless otherwise noted, City Council Meetings are streamed “live” every Tuesday at 9:00 A.M. (MT).
How can I access the “live” City Council Meeting stream?
The “Live Streaming Events” box, located at the top middle area of this web page. It will change to indicate that an event stream is now available.
Where does the “live” City Council Meeting streaming video come from?
The stream is captured from cameras and microphones installed in City Council Chambers.