To assist viewers, the Public Utilities Commission (PUC) utilizes the following webcasting guidelines:
- The PUC chairperson, commissioner, administrative law judge, or other designated staff person chairing a meeting or presiding over a hearing, will have the discretion and authority to terminate the webcast of a meeting or hearing at any time. Examples of webcasting that may be terminated include discussions of confidential material or negotiations.
- At the start of each meeting, the PUC chairperson, commissioner, administrative law judge, or other designated staff person chairing a meeting or presiding over a hearing will notify the participants and audience members that the meeting is being webcast over the Internet. Participants who will be speaking will be asked to give their name and affiliation. The webcast will last the length of the meeting unless terminated for cause.
- PUC webcasting service is being provided as one-way communication. Viewers and listeners will not be able to testify and/or respond to discussions.
- Consumers having difficulty accessing PUC webcasts may click and view the About Webcasts page for further instructions or contact their Internet Service Provider.