How to Address Technical Inclusion in Government Meetings

Are you concerned that you meet regulatory requirements for giving everyone access to your online broadcasts?

Inclusion Issues Created by Technology

The Digital Divide leaves the elderly, poor, and non-English members of your community out of your online streaming options.

Diverse Communities Leave Out the Elderly, Poor, and non-English Members.

The Traditional Telephone is “offline” and does not have access to the Internet. This leaves out communities’ best efforts when trying to serve everyone. Some government entities attempt to use a conference call system managed by a staff member.

Doors Open with PhoneLiveStreaming

Phone Live Streaming automatically splits the audio signal from your online system and sends it across the traditional telephone. You will be provided with a phone number for your community to call if they wish to listen to your meeting. It is a one-way broadcast and not a conference call. You do not need a staff member to manage the sound or phones.


PhoneLiveStreaming is the tool that splits the audio signal off of your live stream and sends it to the traditional telephone so that the elderly enjoy listening to your Internet broadcasts. Learn more at

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