NCRA member noted in local news

On Oct. 22, the Dover Post reported that NCRA member Timothy Miller, RPR, CRR, recently earned Certified Realtime Reporter certification. Miller, who is from Georgetown, Del., is an official court reporter for the Delaware Superior Court in Sussex County. Read more. … [Continue reading...]

NCRA member noted in local news

On Oct. 22, the Dover Post reported that NCRA member Timothy Miller, RPR, CRR, recently earned Certified Realtime Reporter certification. Miller, who is from Georgetown, Del., is an official court reporter for the Delaware Superior Court in Sussex County. Read more. … [Continue reading...]

Industry leaders head to Palm Desert for conference

NCRA 2015 Firm Owners Executive Conference offers perfect place to get inspired Warm weather and beautiful surroundings are key ingredients for inspiring almost anyone, and the venue for the 2015 Firm Owners Executive Conference offers just the right mix. Join hundreds of the profession’s top firm owners and managers who are making plans to gather in Palm Desert, Calif., at the J.W. Marriot Desert Springs Resort & Spa, Feb. 8-10, 2015. … [Continue reading...]

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Realtime-a-palooza

By Nancy J. Hopp Despite widespread rumors of the demise of court reporting, Midwest Litigation Services, based in St. Louis, found itself early this year with way too much of a goo d thing: We had more realtime work than we had realtime reporters to cover it. The reporters we use are a very good, highly experienced lot; they can write like the wind and turn in beautiful, accurate transcripts. But they are prey to the same fears and lack of … [Continue reading...]

NCRA member noted in local news

On Oct. 22, the Dover Post reported that NCRA member Timothy Miller, RPR, CRR, recently earned Certified Realtime Reporter certification. Miller, who is from Georgetown, Del., is an official court reporter for the Delaware Superior Court in Sussex County. Read more. … [Continue reading...]

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By David Ward When Laura Grosso, head of Pennsylvania-based ERSA Court Reporting, turned to cloud solution provider Broadview Networks for business telephone … [Read More...]

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NCRA member noted in local news

On Oct. 22, the Dover Post reported that NCRA member Timothy Miller, RPR, CRR, recently earned Certified Realtime Reporter certification. Miller, who … [Read More...]

Broadcast captioning the topic of recent radio show

NCRA members Saba McKinley, RPR, Sandy Eisenberg, and Carlos Martinez, RPR, CMRS, president of the California Court Reporters Association were … [Read More...]

Judge muted mike to court’s audio recording system

A Phoenix judge has been banned from ever again working as a judicial officer in Arizona, according to a Oct. 13 article on the Courthouse News … [Read More...]

NCRA member earns certification

The Columbus Ledger-Enquirer reported on Oct. 18 that NCRA member Betsy Peterson of Columbus, Ga., recently earned the nationally recognized … [Read More...]

Industry leaders head to Palm Desert for conference

NCRA 2015 Firm Owners Executive Conference offers perfect place to get inspired Warm weather and beautiful surroundings are key ingredients for … [Read More...]

Video stream of court hearing for victim to watch used for first time

The Tennessean.com posted an article on Oct. 14 about the recent use of a video stream for the first time in a Nashville court room that allowed an … [Read More...]

NCRA member earns ‘Roses’ in local newspaper

The Corvallis Gazette awarded NCRA member and captioner Elizabeth Archer a rose in its Oct. 10 Roses and Raspberries column. Archer, who is from … [Read More...]

Stenograph announces partnership with Min-U-Script

Stenograph, a manufacturer and marketer of shorthand machines and computer-aided transcription software, announced on Oct. 15 an exclusive partnership … [Read More...]

Disabilities advocate to talk about CART and broadcast captioning

CART and broadcast captioning and the California Court Reporting Association’s role in advancing this segment of the profession will be the topic of … [Read More...]

Veterans Project preserves war memories

The Brownsville Herald posted a story on Oct. 13 about the Veterans History Project Day held in Hidalgo County, Texas. According to the paper, five … [Read More...]

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