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Webcast overview 

Welcome 

Welcome to Wyre Forest District Council webcasting.

You can now watch council meetings from the comfort of your own home, or anywhere else where internet access is available.

What is a webcast?

Webcasting is the broadcast of video and audio over the internet. The council has installed cameras in the council chamber to webcast council meetings on a regular basis. By webcasting meetings, the council aims to provide local residents who cannot attend meetings with an opportunity to play a part in the local democratic process, and to get involved in the decisions affecting their lives.

Using this site

Upcoming and recent webcasts are displayed on this page. Older archived webcasts can be found in the Webcast library. All webcasts should be archived within 2 working days and will be available to view for 6 months.

Some webcasts include extra features such as resources, speaker profiles and a feedback form. You can also use links in the agenda to jump to a specific agenda item or speaker.

If you experience any difficulties viewing a webcast, see our Help page for information on technical specifications and troubleshooting.

Follow us

On Twitter, you can follow us @wyreforestdc and keep up to date with what others are saying about our meetings using the hashtag #WFDClive. You can also find us on Facebook.

Copyright notice

All webcast footage is the copyright of Wyre Forest District Council. 

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