As for feasibility, arguing for lack of infrastructure in the SC to prevent the implementation of live-streaming is nothing but shocking, given that India’s IT professionals practically run the Silicon Valley in America. At a practical level, it shouldn’t be very difficult to set up a channel, on the lines of Lok Sabha or Rajya Sabha, as also supported by the Attorney General, Mr. KK Venugopal. In the interim, however, as Plan B, with the help of an audio-video recording team, cases can be recorded and released on a YouTube dedicated channel. This can be a relatively low budget thing to manage. If that also sounds time-consuming, then as Plan C, at the bare minimum, at least the SC can give directions for recordings to take place in selected matters, to be released when the infrastructure is ready. … [Read more...] about Live Streaming Of Supreme Court Cases—An Idea Whose Time Has Come
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D. Issue a mandamus to Respondents number 2,3, and 4 to make available all the necessary infrastructure required to live stream and/or video record proceedings in the Supreme Court. E. Pending the availability of the infrastructure for live streaming, issue a writ of mandamus or direction directing the Respondent-1 representing Chief Justice and Judges of the Supreme Court court to record the proceedings of the court in matters of constitutional and national importance that impact the public at large and to upload these on its own YouTube channel which must be created, and would qualify for live streaming till the time the facility of live streaming is arranged. Such a channel would be cost effective and can be immediately put in place until arrangements are made for live streaming from infrastructure in Court…” … [Read more...] about Breaking: Senior Advocate Indira Jaising Moves SC For Live Streaming Of Court Proceedings In Important Cases [Read Petition]
In 2010, ivi began streaming live, broadcast TV signals over the internet to subscribers without consent of copyright owners. In response to cease-and-desist letters, ivi justified its service as being a “cable system” entitled to a compulsory license under § 111. After less than six months in operation, the district court granted the copyright owners’ motion for a preliminary injunction to halt ivi’s internet streaming. ivi appealed. … [Read more...] about No Compulsory License for Internet Streaming
On appeal, the 2d Circuit affirmed. The court reviewed its Cablevision holding was not “materially distinguishable” from the facts presented here. The decision on Cablevision rested on two essential facts: unique copies of programs were created for each customer, and transmissions were generated for each customer from their own designated copy, which could be viewed by that customer alone and no others. The majority concluded that Aereo’s system had both of these essential features. … [Read more...] about Second Circuit Refuses to Enjoin Aereo’s Internet Streaming of Broadcast Television: WNET, Thirteen et al. v. Aereo, Inc.
Last month Garth Brooks became the first artist to perform a concert inside Notre Dame Stadium, and now the special performance is coming to CBS. Nearly 85,000 fans were there to witness the concert live. It was recorded for the CBS special, "Garth: Live At Notre Dame!," airing this Sunday on your local CBS station and CBS All Access. … [Read more...] about How to watch Garth Brooks’ concert from Notre Dame