Cameras have been banned from an Orange County courtroom after the district attorney’s office was denied access to the live pool feed, according to VoiceofOC.org, a non-profit investigative news agency.
“Susan Schroeder, chief of staff for District Attorney Tony Rackauckas, said there was an earlier court ruling ‘that we [the DA’s office] were part of the pool’ with rights to access the videos.
“But Rick Terrell, executive director of the Radio and Television News Association of Southern California, said, ‘There’s nothing in [California court rules] that says the news media must give its raw material to anyone other than another news organization.'”
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