Videos

Author:

Joel BarreraTV Production & Operations ManagerMedia and Public Affairs

Summary:

Watch some of the videos available from City 73 and City 72 Programming.

Last Updated:

12/12/2012

The following list contains videos from the City of Yuma that are currently available for viewing over the internet. All videos require the latest version of Microsoft Windows Media Player or Apple's Quicktime Player. If you don't have the latest version of either player, please download Windows Media Player or download Apple's Quicktime Player now.

The above links will take you to external websites that are not part of the City of Yuma official website.

Watch City 73 And City 72 Programming On-Demand!

City 73 and City 72 logos on laptop and flat screen TV. Video-on-Demand offers an archive of old City Council Meetings, City Council Worksessions, Planning and Zoning Meetings, Historic District Review Commission Meetings, City Outlook and Yuma 411 episodes that can be played instantly on your PC. Watch archived meetings on your computer.

Viewing meetings on-line will require a high speed connection and Windows Media player to be able to view the video stream.


Martha Guzman host of Yuma le Informa interviewing Yuma Police Detective Mike SanchezDave Nash host of City Outlook interviewing former and current Yuma County Sheriffs
left: Martha Guzman host of Yuma le Informa interviewing Yuma Police Detective Mike Sanchez
right: Dave Nash host of City Outlook interviewing former and current Yuma County Sheriffs

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Yuma Isn't

Yuma Isn't title screen."Yuma Isn't" is a video that was produced by the City of Yuma to clear 10 common myths that people have about Yuma.

Watch "Yuma Isn't" (Windows Media Player) Because of the size of this file, you must have a high speed connection: cable modem or faster.


A Desert Flower At The River's Edge

Still of Colorado River."Desert Flower" is a video that was produced by the City of Yuma's Media and Public Affairs Team to highlight the various activities, businesses, government agencies and health care providers in the City of Yuma.

Watch "A Desert Flower at the River's Edge" (Windows Media Player)

Watch the Spanish language version of "A Desert Flower at the River's Edge" (Windows Media Player)


Because of the size of these files, you must have a high speed connection: cable modem or faster.

For More Information

If you have any questions or would like more information, please contact the Media and Public Affairs Team.

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