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11/17/2010

Prop 8 appeal: You won't have to rely on #hashtags

by Jeremy Hooper

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Both C-SPAN and San Francisco ABC affiliate KGO-TV have been granted permission to broadcast the Prop 8 hearing when the matter heads over to U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals in two and a half weeks:

C-SPAN applied to televise live the case captioned above, scheduled to be heard in San Francisco, on December 6, 2010 at 10:00 a.m. C-SPAN’s request to televise live is GRANTED. A maximum of two (2) video cameras will be permitted in the courtroom. C-SPAN will serve as the pool-feed for all media organizations that submit an application.
BREAKING: 9th Circuit Prop 8 hearing will be televised LIVE on C-SPAN [Prop 8 Trial Tracker]

The footage-seeking future producers of the 2030 documentary, Can You Believe Couples in the 21st Century Had To Pause Their Lives to Fight This Bullsh*t? just high-fived one another.

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