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Monday, August 10, 2015

School Board and Selectmen Scheduled for Joint Meeting Tuesday August 11th at 7pm

The video will be live streamed on Town Hall Streams. The agenda can be found here.


Joseph Cormier said...

Item V. looks interesting.

Be curious to "hear" the streaming.



Doesn't look like anything has changed on the town website for single entry access to the town streaming ... maybe some day!

Streaming URL:


Anonymous said...

Live streaming not working on Ipad or laptop. Sound is terrible. Video stops every minute or so. Too frustrating. Anyone else having a problem?

Anonymous said...

my audio and video are fine.

Joseph Cormier said...

"Live streaming not working on Ipad or laptop. Sound is terrible. Video stops every minute or so. Too frustrating. Anyone else having a problem?"

Actually, if you can see/hear the video, it is working ... just not very well. It won't work at all (for now) on Android devices (player won't download).

TownHall streaming is H.264 based. See link below.

While watching last night's meeting, there seemed to be a great deal of buffering and some latency (that circular thing in the middle of the screen). I'm on the internet via Wi-Fi, Time Warner, marketed at 50 Mbps.
Don't know what the viewer audience was, simultaneously, and if that might affect the streaming.

Just went and looked at the recording and no problem. Still much better than waiting a week for the video.

The audio is an issue, and is still because of a lack of proper microphones and set-up; especially from the audience.

I used both Windows 10 and 8.1, for the recorded version, and things were fine.

H. 264 on Wiki:

Video Codecs 2015

Moultonboro Blogger said...

The video is live streamed and the quality of the video is highy dependent on your internet connection. Go to http://www.pingtest.net/ and see if your connection is at fault.

Joseph Cormier said...

In conjunction with blogger's test site:


Anonymous said...

Is Moultonborough Academy hiring a second .5 teacher for World Studies/Am lit? I see in the minutes from this meeting that one was hired, but a .5 position is still being advertised on the district website.

I also find it curious that a certified teacher was not hired to be the long term substitute at MA. It is my understanding that the teacher is out until after the Christmas Break, a certified teacher could not be found to teach for almost 4 months?

Moultonboro Blogger said...

Questions regarding school issues should be directed to the School Board or Superintendent Noyes.