Dec 4, 2002

KCTS is "in the midst of a severe financial crisis that has some concerned about whether it can, in the words of a board member, 'sustain the operation,'" according to the Seattle Weekly.
Attorneys for Frontline and production executive Michael Sullivan explained the rationale for taping jury deliberations in a Texas death penalty case during a Dec. 2 press conference. An attorney representing District Court Judge Ted Poe, who is defending his order to allow the taping, faced off with the prosecutor on the case on the NewsHour. A Google news search found several recent newspaper editorials opposing cameras in the jury room.