2014 New Media Report
The fifth annual CCPIO New Media Survey Report finds that courts continue to implement rules to control the use of new media technologies in the courtroom while becoming more approving of the media sending real-time dispatches from court proceedings.
2013 New Media Report
The fourth annual CCPIO New Media Survey Report finds that an increasing number of courts are implementing rules to control the use of new media like Facebook and Twitter in the courtroom.
2012 New Media Report
For the second consecutive year, this annual national survey has found that more judges and courts are using social media like Facebook and Twitter and expressing less concern about potential ethical problems.
2011 New Media Report
This report gives the judicial community in the United States its first year-to-year comparison data to further unravel how social media and broader changes in the media industry are impacting state and local judges and courts.
2010 Report on New Media and the Courts
A first-of-its-kind nationwide survey on new media and the courts shows that state judges and court staff recognize the potential impact of social media on the administration of justice and are taking a close look at both the ramifications and opportunities.