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Take 2: Lights, Camera, Action?


Aside from the still and video cameras allowed the first time, this new request would also include a webcasting aspect that would allow media outlets to post an entire proceding online for the public to view. "The purpose is to have entire proceedings filmed from beginning to end, gavel to gavel,"said Indianapolis attorney Dan Byron, general counsel for the Indiana Broadcasters Association. "This is a follow-up to that (first project). Our feeling is that we didn't have sufficient data, and so this way we'd have full trials televised to offer a more complete picture of the impact this has."


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