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From Open Courts to Open Jails? Kentucky Jail May Offer Streaming Video

BY Nick Judd | Friday, September 30 2011

The interim director of a county jail in Kentucky has seen to it that the facility now has its first-ever Internet-capable camera, and may seek to make the video feed available to anyone who wants to see what happens at ... Read More

The Prop 8 Video Archive Has Been Ordered Unsealed

BY Nick Judd | Monday, September 19 2011

A federal judge in California has ordered that digital recordings of court proceedings surrounding Prop. 8, the controversial constitutional amendment in that state that effectively bans same-sex marriage, be made ... Read More

Should This Reenactment With Marisa Tomei Be One of the Only Available Videos of the Prop 8 Trial?

BY Nick Judd | Monday, August 29 2011

Progressive activist group Courage Campaign is live-tweeting ongoing court proceedings Monday over whether to release video recordings of the controversial court case banning California's Proposition 8, an amendment to ... Read More

The Fate of Same-Sex Marriage, Live on the Internet Dec. 6

BY Nick Judd | Friday, December 3 2010

Next week, Proposition 8 will return to the federal Court of Appeals — and the airwaves. Last month, the panel of judges from the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals gave consent to televise Dec. 6 oral arguments in ... Read More

Friday Night Oyezs

BY Nancy Scola | Thursday, September 30 2010

Photo credit: Brandon Cirillo Big doings at the Supreme Court. Well, minor doings, but when it comes to the adoption of technologies in the high court, our scale shrinks. Read More

Report: SCOTUS Denies C-SPAN's Last Request for Same-Day Audio This Term

BY Nancy Scola | Wednesday, April 14 2010

Credit: Ken McCown C-SPAN, you might recall, has been pushing the U.S. Read More

The Prop 8 Trial Will Not Be Televised

BY Nancy Scola | Wednesday, January 13 2010

Or live streamed. Or posted to YouTube, it seems. The Supreme Court has ruled to keep the cameras turned off during the Perry vs. Schwarzenegger trial that began Monday the federal courthouse in San Francisco. Read More