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Use the following links to listen in over the Internet to live audio webcasts of public meetings and workshops. Upcoming events are listed with links to online agendas and other relevant information if available. These webcasts are not recorded for later use. See below for the technical requirements necessary to join us on line.
About 15 minutes prior to the event, the audio and/or video link will be added, enabling a direct audio/video feed from the meeting room.
|  Show Canceled Meetings:  |
|Workshop to Discuss Paint Stewardship Program|
|Agenda||CalEPA Headquarters, Byron Sher Auditorium, 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM - Coordinator: Allyson Willsey firstname.lastname@example.org File: 423296|
To join us for the online audio webcasts, you'll need the following:
- Sound card in your computer or work station.
- Internet Explorer 4.1+ or Netscape 4.x+ Web browser.
- Microsoft Windows Media Player client software. Version 9 strongly recommended.
- ISDN, DSL, T1, cable modem, or high-speed network connection. Connections with 56KB or slower modems may not be satisfactory.
If you have trouble connecting to the stream, make sure your firewall administrator is allowing requests to go out using TCP Port 554 for RTSP and 1755 for ms-streaming. How to configure firewalls and Network Address Translation (NAT) for Windows Media Services 9 Series.
These audio webcasts are made available as a courtesy for all interested parties, and CalRecycle will make every reasonable effort to provide this service in a reliable and consistent manner. However, since there are various factors that could affect the Internet or end-user connections to this service including connection issues at remote meeting locations throughout California, the availability and quality of this service is not guaranteed.
Test Your Connection?
If you are not sure that your system is capable of receiving an audio or video webcast, please select the link below to receive a test "stream" of audio/video to verify that your system is working correctly. Your system should launch the Media Player and display both a video (wildlife scenes) and audio stream (jazz instrumental). If you have trouble connecting to the stream, please contact your network administrator for assistance.