Due to maintenance and replacement of the computer equipment used to house and stream the City of Yuma’s video content, video content will be unavailable for as many as three days beginning Tuesday, March 12.
The City of Yuma streams meetings and worksessions of the Yuma City Council, meetings of the City’s Planning and Zoning Commission, special meetings held in Council Chambers and in-house content, including local public service videos and announcements.
Meetings can typically be viewed live or on-demand by accessing the player through the “Video and TV Streams” link on the Quick Links section of the home page of the City’s website, www.yumaaz.gov. The outage will affect access to this online service.
“During the process, live streaming of the City channels and access to video on demand content will be unavailable until content fully migrates to the new player,” said Television Production and Operations Manager Richard Power.
Spectrum cable television subscribers will still be able to view the live streams of channels City 73 and Spanish-language channel 72 on their television sets during this outage.
The City will take this post down from its website and will announce via social media when the system maintenance and replacement is complete. At that time, should you experience difficulty viewing the content online, you may contact the City’s Media and Public Affairs team.