Yes, you heard it. Televised. But not by mainstream media (though they will have access to it). The 12/31/09 news bump at 5:30pm in the middle of the hourly NPR news bump by Kelly Wilkinson for KQED Radio first mentioned the possibility: STORY You'll need to listen to the audio to catch the story. Now, both KQED and the San Francisco Chronicle are reporting that the Prop. 8 trial will be shown on YouTube, thanks to the judge approving both audio and video coverage in the courtroom. Mainstream TV/media will undoubtedly pick this up (whether they will spin it remains to be seen). It will be time delayed, although live simulcasts to various theaters will take place throughout the area and the nation. Some locations include San Francisco, Pasadena, Portland, Seattle, and Chicago. This will be very interesting, as the court proceedings start this coming Monday (1/11/10). Video will be available at http://www.youtube.com/usdccand. BL.