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BINGE-WORTHY TVW – 25th Anniversary Videos

As we are practicing our social distancing skills, are you looking for new binge-worthy shows? Check out the March 19th edition of our Binge-Worthy TVW blog posts featuring our 25th Anniversary Videos.

March 19 Edition – TVW 25th Anniversary Videos

 

1. TVW was a controversial idea when first proposed — so how did the idea become reality? In this video we trace the early history of TVW, key people and moments in its formation, and its ongoing mission. Watch here.

2. TVW was the first TV network in the world to regularly cover an appellate court at any level — and it came about because the justices themselves, led by the late Justice Charles Z. Smith, advocated for cameras in the courtroom. Here’s how it happened.

 

 

3. Jeannette Hayner, the first female majority leader of the State Senate, was a driving force in the formation of TVW and the namesake of the network’s headquarters. Watch the story here.

 

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