A judge and his court reporter weigh in on realtime in the courtroom

October 11, 2016 by NCRA Last August, NCRA member Julie Hohenstein, an official realtime court reporter for the Hon. Stephen A. Wolaver, Greene County, Ohio, added a Certified Realtime Reporter (CRR) to the Register Professional Reporter (RPR) certification she already held. Hohenstein said her judge was so happy with her earning the certification that he…

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New York state allows RPR as equivalent for court reporters license

The New York State Board of Regents has amended the Commissioner’s Regulations that pertains to the Certified Shorthand Reporting examination requirements. The Board of Regents has also approved NCRA’s Registered Professional Reporter (RPR) examination to meet New York’s examination requirement for licensure as a Certified Shorthand Reporter. Their forms and website have been updated to reflect…

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Court reporting profession showcased for high schoolers

By Christina Cornejo/News-Sentinel Staff Writer The timeless question of “What do I do after high school?,” was made a bit clearer for some students who were grabbing pamphlets and watching demonstrations at Bear Creek High School on Monday night. Thousands of students, parents and family members streamed into the two gyms at the high school…

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Celebrate 2016 Court Reporting & Captioning Week

February 2, 2016 by NCRA Eight states have reported Court Reporting & Captioning Week activities so far. NCRA President Steve Zinone is aiming for all 50 by the end of the celebratory week. Join the growing number of state court reporting associations and court reporting programs that have already put plans in place to mark…

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Internet Video Captioning Standards Earn Emmy Awards

Daniel Hubbell – MSFT On Friday January 8, the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences held the 67th Annual Technology & Engineering Emmy® Awards in Las Vegas.  These awards “honor development and innovation in broadcast technology and recognize… developments and/or standardization involved in engineering technologies which either represent so extensive an improvement on existing…

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Captioning the pope

Reposted from September 29, 2015 Article by NCRA High security, audio glitches, and sometimes difficult accents didn’t hinder the NCRA members who had the opportunity to caption the events held during Pope Francis’ recent visit to the United States. Each expressed what an honor it was to caption this historic visit. Whether captioning live or…

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LiveDeposition.com Introduces New Client: Confidential Communications International, Ltd. – CCI

LiveDeposition.com, a global provider of local and cloud-based remote realtime streaming deposition and video conferencing solutions, welcomes aboard new client, Confidential Communications International, Ltd – CCI LOS ANGELES, CA, August, 2015 – LiveDeposition.com, a leading provider of local and cloud-based remote realtime streaming solutions for the legal industry, has announced today the addition of one…

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2015 class of Fellows of the Academy of Professional Reporters honored

During a special awards luncheon held Fri., Aug. 1, during the 2015 NCRA Convention & Expo in New York City, eight association members were recognized for their induction into the Fellows of the Academy of Professional Reporters. “Membership in the Academy of Professional Reporters is by nomination by your peers only, so to be granted…

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Court reporters in demand at California courthouses

An article that appeared in The Press Democrat, Sonoma County, Calif., on June 25 showcased the court reporting profession as well as the demand for people to fill these jobs in California courthouses. The article cites the Industry Study Report issued by Ducker Worldwide report commissioned by NCRA and quotes NCRA President Sarah E. Nageotte,…

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Moving toward privatizing our courts in California

By Lisa Spiwak California courts have been devastated by deep budget cuts.  In California, over 50 courthouses have been shut down and over 250 courtrooms are now closed. Fewer courtrooms and fewer judges mean that it takes longer to get into court and that could be highly relevant to any business seeking legal redress from…

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