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CSL-TV launched as a new way to communicate with residents

The City of Côte Saint-Luc has launched an Internet video channel where we will post videos from municipal events.

The new CSL-TV website showcases videos produced by the city. Since 2007, Côte Saint-Luc has posted videos on its website, such as V-E Day ceremonies, Winter Carnival and more. CSL-TV is a way to organize these videos in one central place. Residents can see the video channel by clicking the CSL-TV button at CoteSaintLuc.org.

Video is becoming a standard communications tool in business and government as the cost of producing quality videos decreases. There is an opportunity for municipal governments to show what we do in a visual way.

Large government institutions such as the White House and the British Prime Minister use video extensively to communicate directly with the public. Small municipalities can also benefit.

Communicating through video is something that would have been prohibitively expensive or even impossible for municipalities 10 years ago. But new tools have leveled the playing field and we can do more for less. Our Director of Public Affairs and Communications, Darryl Levine, has a background in recording and editing videos, so we’re able to do everything in-house.

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