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Council rejects bid to broadcast meetings

THE costs of broadcasting council meetings would be almost £16,000 for a one year, and £50,000 over five years, it was revealed to councillors in the Kilmory chamber.

Opposition councillors proposed a one-year trial, but this was defeated by an administration motion to consider it within next year’s budget.

Argyll and Bute councillors heard a report outlining the costs of live broadcasting full council meetings in Lochgilphead, and expanding coverage to all venues used by area committees, using the UK’s leading council chamber broadcast service from Public-I.

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