April 1st, 2015
The City of Laval awards MaestroVision with the contract for live-streaming council meetings
Laval, Quebec – MaestroVision is pleased to announce their new contract for live-streaming municipal council meetings from the City of Laval. MaestroVision received the approval of the Executive Committee of Laval for a two year contract starting on March 25th, 2015.
“We are really excited about this decision from Laval. I am convinced that the live-streaming of municipal council meetings will become the norm in Quebec. This is a giant step toward transparency” says Claude Turcotte, President and Chief Executive Officer of MaestroVision.
The solution provided by MaestroVision allows the city to broadcast its public council meetings live while securely protecting the content at a very affordable price.
The population will benefit from this technology starting May 5th by accessing live or on-demand council meetings directly from the website of the City of Laval.
Founded and Incorporated in 1998, MaestroVision is a manufacturer of recording technology and library management system targeted to the Educational, Municipal Government and Law Enforcement markets. The company also provides Automation System, Video Servers and Asset Management Systems for the broadcast industry. With offices located in Vaudreuil-Dorion and subsidiaries in USA and Mexico, MaestroVision has become an international supplier to leading facilities throughout the world.