LIVE: Torfaen council webcast

FOLLOW Torfaen council's live webcast of their council meeting this morning.

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3:46pm Tue 28 Jan 14

Ian MacKinlay says...

This webcast facility is a good idea and should be adopted as soon as possibly by Newport City Council as well.

As with so many of these types of facility, Blaenau Gwent Council seem to have employed an engineer to run the facility, who does not seem to understand the use of a peak programme meter for sound level control. The actual output sound level, from their end, needs to be increased to a suitable level, which it is far from being at the moment.

With regard to the option for "accepting cookies", the web page designer also needs a prod; there is only a need to accept cookies once, once one gets through to the website on a particular occasion, but every time one does anything, one is asked to accept them, every time, again and again and again.
This webcast facility is a good idea and should be adopted as soon as possibly by Newport City Council as well. As with so many of these types of facility, Blaenau Gwent Council seem to have employed an engineer to run the facility, who does not seem to understand the use of a peak programme meter for sound level control. The actual output sound level, from their end, needs to be increased to a suitable level, which it is far from being at the moment. With regard to the option for "accepting cookies", the web page designer also needs a prod; there is only a need to accept cookies once, once one gets through to the website on a particular occasion, but every time one does anything, one is asked to accept them, every time, again and again and again. Ian MacKinlay
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