Except with prior approval of the Indiana Supreme Court, a judge shall prohibit broadcasting, televising, recording, or taking photographs in the courtroom and areas immediately adjacent thereto during sessions of court or recesses between sessions, except that a judge may authorize:(1) the use of electronic or photographic means for the presentation of evidence, for the perpetuation of a record, or for other purposes of judicial administration;(2) the broadcasting, televising, recording, or photographing of investitive, ceremonial, or naturalization proceedings;(3) the photographic or electronic recording and reproduction of appropriate court proceedings under the following conditions:(a) the means of recording will not distract participants or impair the dignity of the proceedings;(b) the parties have consented, and the consent to being depicted or recorded has been obtained from each witness appearing in the recording and reproduction;(c) the reproduction will not be exhibited until after the proceeding has been concluded and all direct appeals have been exhausted; and(d) the reproduction will be exhibited only for instructional purposes in educational institutions.
Ind. Code. Jud. Cond. 2.17Adopted effective 3/1/1993.