Glendale Launches New Online Video Library for Council Meetings
Glendale residents can now watch their favorite shows from the award-winning Glendale 11 television station, as well as current and past city council meetings, online and on-demand thanks to a new video library on the city’s Web site.
This new video archive aims to keep residents informed, with the convenience of watching what they want, when they want it. The library can be found at www.glendaleaz.com/video and features a variety of video content about the city of Glendale, including city council and planning & zoning meetings, regular Glendale 11 programming, and special features like festival shows and the popular "The Making of the Stadium."
Powered by Granicus, an online video streaming tool, the video library also allows users to search city council meetings for specific agenda items and then click immediately to that part of the meeting that interests them. The video archive is Glendale’s latest effort to use technology to reach citizens, and it joins the city’s growing family of multi-media and social media offerings. The city currently shares information, photos and videos with the public via YouTube, Facebook, Twitter and Flickr.
“In today’s world, people expect convenience, and this is just one more way we can bring information about the city of Glendale and its programs and services to the public,” said Julie Frisoni, Glendale assistant deputy city manager. “We know that this is how people are getting their information. They want it when they want it, and this online library allows us to provide even greater access to public meetings and Glendale 11 programming.”
To view the city’s online video library, visit www.glendaleaz.com/video. For more about Glendale 11 TV, visit www.glendaleaz.com/Glendale11.