Well, this is interesting: Supreme Court v CNN.
Intern Walbert Castillo, assigned as a runner to Supreme Court correspondent Ariane de Vogue, was supposed to be relaying the court’s opinions from the building to de Vogue, who was waiting in the plaza, Dylan Byers of Politico reports.
In addition to his runner duties, Castillo had been asked to wear a GoPro camera to record the event for an episode of CNN’s digital video series, “Being Moody,” hosted by reporter Chris Moody. Castillo kept the GoPro recording while he was in the press room, which was prohibited — the Supreme Court fears that a recording device may pick up audio of a court decision — and was forced to turn it off. Castillo and other interns were then briefly removed from the room.
In a statement to Politico, CNN said that Castillo “misunderstood the rules about recording inside…
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