Major news organizations have recently filed a motion to release footage of the deposition from Steve Jobs shown in court last week. Each organization cited “substantial public interest” in rare footage of the late Apple co-founder. Lawyers representing the Associated Press, Bloomberg and CNN filed for the motion arguing that there is no reason to keep the video hidden from the public.

The particular video in question argues that there is no reason to keep the video hidden from the public. The footage shoes jobs giving testimony for an antitrust suit that targets Apple’s iPod and iTunes ecosystem. Both Apple and the plaintiffs have asked the court to treat the video as a “regular testimony,” preventing it from being shown outside the court but the evidence hasn’t been sealed by the presiding judge.

The deposition was originally taped in 2011 and aired in court last Friday. In the video, the former Apple CEO was said to be evasive stating that h didn’t “know” or “remember” various details regarding the case dozens of times.

We’ll have to wait and see if the video is allowed to be shown to the public or if the judge seals it from the public eye.

Source: CNET