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While a trial is in progress you get an online feed of the reporter's transcript in many courts, including the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York, on www.remotecounsel.com through Courtroom Connect.
The realtime will even come through on an iPhone. You have the option of downloading the day's transcript to the current time or searching through for key words as it continues to scroll.
This is a great tool to keep track of exhibit admissions.