The process – called "streaming video" – takes the live cable television broadcasts of Council meetings and screens them through the City's website. Viewers are able to access the agenda under discussion while watching the meeting, as well as view staff reports as they are presented to the Council.
The system also keeps a "video archive" of Council meetings, and citizens are able to call up previous Council meetings to screen through their computers. (The archive consists of those meetings which occur after the system began operation in 2008.)
Fullerton City Council meetings are broadcast live the day of the meeting on the City's government cable channel, Channel 3. Citizens must be Time Warner Cable subscribers to receive the broadcasts. In addition, each meeting is rebroadcast twice on Channel 3 - at 6 p.m. the Wednesday and Sunday immediately following a meeting.