Bloggers get their day in court

There's an interesting article in the Washington Post this morning about how two bloggers will join the throngs of traditional journalists present at the...

There's an interesting article in the Washington Post this morning about how two bloggers will join the throngs of traditional journalists present at the trial of I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby when it begins next week. It marks the first time bloggers have been allowed in a federal courtroom. And it's mostly due to the work of the Media Bloggers Association, a nonpartisan group that works to extend the rights of the press to bloggers. Sure, two seats out of hundreds may seem like a small feat, but considering Libby is the highest-ranking Bush administration official to face criminal charges, it's a huge step-and story- for the blogosphere.

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