Toms River School Board Releases Audio Files of Meetings

School district now posts audio recordings of meetings online for public streaming

An audio archive of recent Toms River Regional School Board meetings is now available online.

You can listen to meetings dating back to July, which is a few meetings after the board agreed to make audiotapes of its meetings accessible online. 

Click here for a list of audio recordings. Users must have an .mp3 player such as iTunes, Winamp or Windows Media Player to listen.

The board previously had written minutes available only after the minutes were approved by the Toms River Regional School Board.

A push to videotape meetings and broadcast them live or file them on the school district website or TV-21 cable access station was introduced in 2012 but failed to pass enough board votes.

The audio recordings are separated into multiple files for the same meeting, allowing a listener to isolate a section of the meeting to listen to; for example the public comment portions or the student awards ceremonies.

Ken November 18, 2012 at 05:59 PM
Since we have some new BOE members elected I think it is time again to vote if these meetings should be televised so more people can watch what goes on.
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