What do we stream live?
Congressional Sessions are normally broadcast live via video and audio, while Committee meetings will be audio-only. Both are available onourlive media page.
Minerals Council broadcasts their meetings live via audio only. It will also be available on ourlive media page.
Live Media Information
Live audio automatically recognizes your device type and connection speed, and will serve the best quality audio your device and connection can handle. This means you can listen from your mobile, tablet, or computer. Live audio is available on our live media page. The audio player provides a status message, which is either "off air" when we are not streaming, or it will display the meeting name when we are live.
Live video is currently served via YouTube, and also automatically recognizes your device type and connection speed. It will serve the best quality video your device and connection can handle. YouTube live streams are embedded in ourlive media page, and is compatible with most mobile telephones, tablets, and computers. The image shown below replaces the video player when we are not streaming. For more help with YouTube video, please see the official YouTube Help Center.
Locations serving archived audio and video footage use MP3 format for audio, and MP4 format for video. There are several popular media players available that will play these files, the most popular being VLC Player. VLC is available for most major devices and operating systems.