Media Organizations Oppose Hulk Hogan’s Move to Block the Press From Sex Trial

by: Edmund Lee | re/code

Media organizations have countered a move by Hulk Hogan to block the press from viewing a sex tape and other evidence at the center of his $100 million invasion of privacy lawsuit against Gawker Media.



A coalition of newsrooms that includes First Look Media, BuzzFeed, CNN, AP, Vox Media and an ABC broadcast affiliate owned by Scripps Media has asked a judge to deny Hogan’s request to keep the public out of the courtroom, according to a brief filed Tuesday. (Gawker Media has separately filed a motion against the partial closure of the courtroom.)

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