Both the Council and the European Parliament record and broadcast their meetings and assemblies on the Internet. Also, there is live transmission from the press conference of the Commission at 12.00 pm each day.
The Council meetings are public when legislative acts are deliberated or voted upon. In addition, the Council's first negotiations on important non-legislative proposals are also public. The Council also regularly holds public debates on important issues affecting the interests of the Union and of its citizens. The public parts of Council meetings can be found at the Council's video service, featuring both live streaming and archived footage.
When the European Parliament assembles, it is transmitted live on the Internet. The European Parliament video service broadcasts live from both the plenary sessions, committee meetings and press conferences. Additionally, you can find footage from back to 2006 in the European Parliament multimedia library.
The European Commission also has a video service on the Internet. There you can follow the Commission's daily press briefing at 12.00 pm, where commissioners and spokespersons provide information on the latest Commission news and initiatives.