Report Adds to Debate Over A/V Court Coverage

Government Accountability Office report details state of A/V court coverage
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WASHINGTON–A report from the Government Accountability Office is adding to the debate over audio and video coverage of federal appellate courts. The report titled, "U.S. SUPREME COURT: Policies and Perspectives on Video and Audio Coverage of Appellate Court Proceedings," outlines the current use of A/V coverage of appeals court proceedings throughout the U.S. and gathers opinions from 16 judges and nine attorneys on its impact.

More on the GAO report is detailed herecourtesy of Broadcasting & Cable.


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