1. Only one camera may be situated in the hearing venue, regardless of how many people are given authority to film. In the event there is a dispute between those authorised to film as to whose camera will be situated in the court room, the judge will rule.
2. The camera must be situated in a position approved by the judge.
3. Any person wishing to instruct the camera operator during a hearing must sit next to the camera operator and must give any instructions as unobtrusively as possible and in such a manner as not to interfere in any way with the running of the hearing.
4. While the judge is sitting in court for chambers or in closed court, no filming must take place.
5. Members of the public attending the hearing must not be filmed in or at the hearing venue.
6. Counsel’s papers must not be filmed.
7. Exhibits must not be filmed without leave of the judge.
8. No filming may take place at the hearing when the judge is not present, except with prior leave of the judge.
9. The media applicant and representatives of the media applicant must at all times conduct themselves appropriately.
10. Film taken must not be published or broadcast until at least 10 minutes have elapsed.
11. Despite paragraph 10, film taken may be published or broadcast live or at any time if the judge grants leave.
12. The media applicant must maintain a copy of all publications or broadcasts using film taken at a hearing and must supply a copy to the court if requested by the judge.
13. Film taken must not be used other than in the programme or on the website nominated in the application form.
14. Film taken must not be used in any promotional broadcasts or as trailers.
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