The interns were thrilled to meet with Arleigh Holder, the Director of Broadcast and Recording Services at the Legislative Assembly and an OLIP Honorary Intern. Founded in 1986, the Department of Broadcasting and Recording Services is responsible for broadcasting debates in the chamber, committees, as well as travelling committees.
Arleigh gave the interns a comprehensive tour of the different aspects of broadcasting and recording services, including audio and video recording in the chamber and committee rooms. It was fascinating to learn about all the work that goes on behind the scenes in order to ensure the smooth operations of the Legislative Assembly and the transmission of audio and visual recordings to the public.
A highlight of our with tour with Arleigh was visiting the attic of the Legislative Assembly and getting a bird’s eye view of the chamber.
Thanks your Arleigh for taking the time to meet with the interns!