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Preparation, preparation, preparation

By Sandra Mierop Last October on a conference call to come up with ideas about what the Technology Committee was going to accomplish over the…

NCRA Government Relations update

NCRA Government Relations has been very busy this fall. On September 24, 2019, Jocelynn Moore, Director of State Government Relations, attended the Federal Communication Commission’s…

Sharing her enthusiasm and her realtime

By Jessica Wills Jessica Wills, a student at the College of Court Reporting in Valparaiso, Ind., volunteered to boost her school’s recruiting efforts by putting…

Actor Tom Hanks ‘hearts’ captioning

NCRA member Jo Gayle, RPR, CRR, CRC, a freelance captioner from Chicago, Ill., recently earned a shout-out from actor Tom Hanks for her captioning skills…

Realtime is a ghoul’s best friend!

By Lynette Mueller Court reporters need to embrace the future of court reporting and move ahead — the future is realtime! Realtime is “wicked” awesome,…

Realtime trick or treat

By Alan Peacock As many seasoned reporters and captioners know, any realtime assignment can be a nightmare, filled with ghosts and goblins, or it can…

Don’t fear impostor syndrome

By Lisa Knight Who isn’t afraid of mistrans or untrans when writing realtime? I’d be lying if I didn’t admit that I am always a…

Realtime and the network firewall

By Kelli Ann Willis I travel around the world covering realtime assignments. In August, I set out for an assignment in Seoul, South Korea. I wasn’t…

Is court reporting the career for you?

Ms. Career Girl posted an article on Sept. 27 about the benefits of choosing court reporting as a career. The article mentions NCRA and the…

VITAC to hold captioning webinar

The Sports Video Group News posted an article on Sept. 12 about an upcoming webinar being hosted by VITAC about the benefits of captioning. Read…