Speech To Stream Live, And City To Host Live Twitter Feed During Event
Las Vegas Mayor Carolyn G. Goodman will deliver the annual State of the City Address at 5 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 12, in Las Vegas City Hall Council Chambers located at 495 S. Main St.
Mayor Goodman will provide her vision and insight for 2017 and beyond at the annual event. The speech can be viewed live on KCLV Channel 2 or to access the live stream, simply visit bit.ly/StateofVegas.
The city will host a live social media feed during the speech for viewers and residents to give feedback. Those who want to participate can use #stateofvegas to join in. Mayor Goodman has also invited several local residents to attend and share her speech live on Twitter.
The address will be broadcast live on KCLV Channel 2 beginning promptly at 5 p.m. Audio feed for the media will be available at the back of the chambers from the standard audio panels. KCLV Channel 2’s livestream of the event will also be available to embed on websites for live viewing. Please email [email protected] for the embed code.
In addition to analog program audio inside chambers, KCLV will be offering an HD-SDI ([email protected] 60p) switched program feed with embedded and/or de-embedded audio at four of the curbside panels on Clark Avenue in front of City Hall adjacent to the media parking area. The curbside media panels also have HD-SDI cable drops from the council chambers, main lobby and outside the main entrance for media use. These are for HD-SDI signals with embedded audio only. No analog audio/video.
Rebroadcasts of the address will air on KCLV at 11 p.m. on Thursday, Jan.12; 8 p.m. on Friday, Jan. 13; at 7 a.m. on Saturday, Jan. 14; 10 p.m. on Sunday, Jan. 15; and at 10 a.m. on Monday, Jan. 16.
The electronic media are encouraged to arrive early to do audio checks on the audio panels because no mics will be allowed on the podium. An area for media cameras will be provided at the back of the chambers. These are the only areas electronic media will be able to set up cameras in chambers.
Once the program gets underway, photographers are asked to remain in their locations. However, in the event that leaving becomes necessary, the rear chamber exits should be used in order to minimize disruptions.
Following the address, the mayor will be available for media interviews outside of chambers in the Chamber Gallery on the second floor.
Finally, parking for live trucks will be provided on Clark, between Main and First streets. All other media vehicles must park in the public parking structure across from City Hall, or in overflow parking at the Smith Center for the Performing Arts.