Tuesday, September 05, 2006

Podcasts Now Available on Supreme Court Blog

The venerable SCOTUSblog, which focuses exclusively on the doings of the Supreme Court of the United States, has just introduced a new feature: podcasts. According to the Aug. 25, 2006 post announcing the podcasts, "Every week or two, we will record and post a 5-7 minute segment on a topic that seems amenable to a recording. A principal use of podcasts will be to have guests appear on the blog." In the initial effort, contributor Tom Goldstein gives an "overview of the factors that the Justices consider in granting cert."

To access the podcasts, Goldstein indicates that: "You can subscribe to the podcast in iTunes from this link, or, if you have other podcasting or RSS software, you can subscribe to our feed directly here. Alternatively, the premiere episode is available for download as a stand-alone mp3 here."

SOURCE: Robert Ambrogi's Lawsites

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