Trump’s Manhattan Criminal Trial Will Not Be Televised

The Manhattan criminal trial of Donald J. Trump will be closely followed around the world. But you will not be able to watch the proceedings on TV.

There will be no video feed aired live from the courtroom. Nor will there be an audio feed, as some federal courts allow.

New York courts generally do not permit video to be broadcast from courtrooms, although a feed is being transmitted into an overflow room for the reporters covering the trial.

And cameras will be stationed in the hallway outside the courtroom to capture Mr. Trump’s remarks as he enters and leaves.

A New York lawyer, Jim Walden, has filed a motion with the court on behalf of a civic group and a news website asking for daily transcripts of the trial to made available to the public, since it will not be televised.

Court will generally be in session every weekday except Wednesdays, from 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

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