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NCRA President quoted in article that addresses the use of digital court reporters

NCRA President Max Curry, RPR, CRI, is quoted as saying that using digital court recording to capture the official record is “just too risky” in an article posted Jan. 27 by Law.com. Read more. … [Continue reading...]

Why do we still use human stenographers?

NCRA member Stan Sakai, RPR, recently addressed why stenographers are better at capturing the official record when compared to using digital audio in blog posted Jan. 26 on the platform Medium. Read more. … [Continue reading...]

Why do we still use human stenographers?

NCRA member Stan Sakai, RPR, recently addressed why stenographers are better at capturing the official record when compared to using digital audio in blog posted Jan. 26 on the platform Medium. Read more. … [Continue reading...]

TechLinks: Making the most of Windows 10

The NCRA Technology Committee is looking out for you with great information on realtime and technology. The Technology Committee looked into tips for making Windows 10 work for you, whether you are a court reporter or a captioner. Windows 10 has been around since 2014, and Windows 7 is no longer supported. If you’ve been putting off upgrading to Windows 10, there’s no reason to wait. Windows 10 is very stable and secure – and it has plenty to … [Continue reading...]

NCRA member highlighted in South Dakota story

SiouxFalls.Business highlighted NCRA member Pat Beck, RMR, and her daughter, Paige Franzen, in a Jan. 6 story about the shortage of court reporters in Sioux Falls, S.D. Read more. … [Continue reading...]

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2019 words of the year

Again this year, dictionaries chose the words most talked about, thought about, or worried about to be the words of the year for … [Read More...]

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NCRA President quoted in article that addresses the use of digital court reporters

NCRA President Max Curry, RPR, CRI, is quoted as saying that using digital court recording to capture the official record is “just too risky” in an … [Read More...]

NCRA member highlighted in South Dakota story

SiouxFalls.Business highlighted NCRA member Pat Beck, RMR, and her daughter, Paige Franzen, in a Jan. 6 story about the shortage of court reporters in … [Read More...]

Why do we still use human stenographers?

NCRA member Stan Sakai, RPR, recently addressed why stenographers are better at capturing the official record when compared to using digital audio in … [Read More...]

Aptus Court Reporting acquires The Best Evidence, Inc.

In a press release issued on Jan. 26 Aptus Court Reporting announced that the firm has acquired The Best Evidence, a full-service court reporting … [Read More...]

Florida court reporter passes away

The Ocala-news.com reported on Jan. 16 that court reporter Susan Mary Dow, 60, passed away on Sunday, Jan. 12 at her home in Ocala. Read more. … [Read More...]

Did you know you can print your NCRA membership card?

NCRA is no longer sending membership card via snail mail. Instead, members can now access and print their own membership cards by logging onto the … [Read More...]

Eh to Zed

By Janice Plomp and Joanne McKenzie After attending an information session introducing the NCRA A to Z® Intro to Steno Machine Shorthand program at … [Read More...]

OCRA partners with state’s Veterans of Foreign Affairs for VHP event

Earlier this month, the Ohio Court Reporters Association (OCRA) partnered with the Veterans of Foreign Wars Department of Ohio to host a Veterans … [Read More...]

NCRA 2020 Business Summit regular rates end Jan. 31

If you haven’t registered yet, hurry and do it now! Don’t miss the chance to join other attendees at the NCRA 2020 Business Summit when they kick off … [Read More...]

2020 National Court Reporting & Captioning Week continues to raise awareness about career opportunities

Local FOX affiliate TV channel 40 in New York posted a press release announcing 2020 Court Reporting & Captioning Week that was issued by NCRA on … [Read More...]

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