Currently, there are no TV cameras (not even C-SPAN’s) allowed to be present during Supreme Court proceedings. But FixTheCourt.com believes that isn’t fair, particularly when the Court will hold a historic hearing on same-sex marriage in April. To illustrate this, in this video the group convinces random passersby that the Super Bowl–an event they deem less important than Supreme Court hearings–will not be televised. The result, as you’d imagine, is total shock and outrage.

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DirecTV, DISH Merger Still Possible

AT&T found a way to offload a stake in its US video business, but this likely isn’t the end of the road for DirecTV. A combo with DISH is still possible.

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