From its very inception, the MIT Computational Law Report has prioritized featuring rich media as one of our three modes of content, along with written works and reproducible data and software. Our two primary sources of media content are Idea Flow, a monthly video-based flash-talk and discussion video series, and The law.MIT.edu Podcast audio series. The Podcast is structured in a broadcast format, featuring interviews, creative short segments connecting computational law with everyday life, and updates from our Editor in Chief Bryan Wilson on the Computational Law Report. Idea Flow is structured as an interactive discussion series with a live audience invited from the burgeoning computational law community at MIT and beyond, anchored around short flash-talks presented by thought leaders on key emerging ideas. Helping to bring the media content of this publication forward truly is my fondest contribution as Executive Director.