Technological black-eye begs question who is in charge of the ongoing comedy of errors
By JOSH RESNEK
By our count, Monday night’s council Zoom meeting was the sixth council meeting cut short by ECTV’s unexplainable inability to conduct an off-campus Zoom city council meeting from beginning to end.
The technological requirements from the ECTV angle are like plugging in your computer and turning it on.
To be unable to perform a Zoom city council hearing is a bit like not knowing how to turn on your computer…or how to plug it in first.
Monday’s meeting ended with a succession of spurts and stops, finalized by the ECTV screen going dead at 8:40 p.m.
Once again, we heard no complaints. No questions. No efforts from anyone in a position of responsibility to correct whatever is wrong.
As usual, none of the councilors knew how foolish they appeared speaking as though anyone was listening but themselves as they continue the meeting.
Again, as long as they could hear themselves speaking, everything was fine with them.
No one from ECTV told them the meeting was stumbling and was not being broadcast.Continue reading “Failed ECTV council meeting another outrage”