FAC correspondent, others discuss cameras at Supreme Court

Monday, October 24, 2011

SCOTUSblog recently hosted a conversation on the debate over allowing television cameras to cover proceedings at the U.S. Supreme Court.

Among those who participated in the discussion was First Amendment Center legal correspondent Tony Mauro.

“In the information age, with the worldwide momentum toward transparency and access growing every day, the idea that the Court still bars cameras is anachronistic to say the least,” Mauro said, in part.

Mauro also recently discussed the issue in an article in the Reynolds Courts & Media Law Journal, titled “Let the Cameras Roll: Cameras in the Court and the Myth of Supreme Court Exceptionalism