On Thu, Mar 3, 2016 at 7:50 AM, Chris Sherlock <chris.sherlock79(a)gmail.com>
Do you serve on any non-profit boards Chris?
Chris Keating is on the board of the WMUK.
In any case, it seems like there are many deliberative or legislative
bodies that see themselves as responsible to the public which manage to
videotape meetings. More than a few even broadcast them live on public
television. There is always the opportunity to go into a non-public session
for the discussion of confidential information. While this "speak to the
camera" concern (which is the same reason why U.S. Supreme Court oral
arguments are not videotaped) is valid... I think the fear is overblown. A
potential alternative is to have a transcript of the meetings created and
published, which might alleviate some anxiety for the camera shy.