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HOUSE COMMITTEE RULES FOR THE 93RD CONGRESS
REGARDING BROADCAST OF HEARINGS
of coverage of the hearing, except that the television
8. Not more than five press photographers shall
9. Photographers shall not positio. themselves,
10. Photographers shall not place themselves in
11. Personnel providing coverage by the television
12. Personnel providing coverage by still photo
13. Personnel providing coverage by the television
The coverage of any hearine or other proceeding
Joint Congressional Committee Rules Governing the Broadcast of Hearings, 93rd Congress
The joint committees of Congress are not governed by statute
in regard to their authority to broadcast hearings. Two of the eight joint committees of Congress, however, do have broadcast rules: the
Joint Committee on Congressional Operations and the Joint Economic
regarding broadcast by prohibiting the broadcast of hearings "if in conflict with a rule or practice of the House on the side of the Capitol where hearings are being held."
The Joint Committee on Defense Production has no broadcast rule,
Five joint committees have no written rules: Atomic Energy, Internal
Revenue Taxation, Library, Printing, and Reduction of Federal Expenditures. The rules of the joint committees regarding broadcast of
hearings appear on the following pages.
Television and radio coverage of open hearings of
None of the hearings of the committee shall be telecast or broadcast, whether directly or through such devices as wire recordings, wire tapes, motion pictures, or other mechanical means, if in conflict with a rule or practice of the House on the side of the Capitol where bearings are being held. If no general rule or practice prevails in regard to such telecasts or broadcasts, none of the hearings of the
by a majority of the members of the committee.
Telecasts or broadcasts of any such portion of hearings of the committee as may include testimony of a witness, shall not be authorized if such witness objects to such telecast or broadcast: Provided, That such witness shall be afforded the opportunity to make such objection, if any, to the committee at a time when the proceedings are not being telecast or broadcast.