Video recording courtroom proceedings in united states district courts report on a pilot project federal judicial center 2016 v acknowledgments when the pilot project began the federal judicial center asked each participating court to identify a person on staff the project liaison who could assist the center. At the request of the judicial conference committee on court administration and case management the federal judicial center undertook an evaluation of a pilot program allowing video recording of certain civil proceedings in federal district courts. In september 2010 the judicial conference authorized a three year pilot project to evaluate the effect of cameras in district court courtrooms video recordings of proceedings therein and publication of such video recordings by making them available through wwwuscourtsgov as well as participating courts websites if so desired. The ninth circuit judicial council in cooperation with the judicial conference has authorized the three districts in the ninth circuit district court for the northern district of california the district court of guam and the district court for the western district of washington that participated in the 2011 2015 cameras pilot to continue . Electronic media coverage of civil proceedings in federal courts is governed by the following policy a judge may authorize broadcasting televising recording or taking photographs in the courtroom and in adjacent areas during investitive naturalization or other ceremonial proceedings
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