In his prepared remarks for the NCUA's January 15 board meeting, Vice Chairman Rick Metsger said the agency should have the capability to live stream meetings in a couple of months.

Metsger said that he inquired about streaming the monthly board meetings live to the public when he joined the board more than a year ago.

"I was informed that while we do post videos on our website after a meeting is over, there were technical challenges to live streaming but that the agency was looking into that option," Metsger wrote in his prepared remarks, which his office provided to CU Times.

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