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NCRA member profiled in the news

NCRA member Janice Dickman, an official court reporter for Dakota County District in Minnesota, was recently featured in an article that appeared on the SunThisweek.com.…

NCRA keeps eye on federal and state legislation

NCRA’s government relations department continually monitors legislation and regulations that may affect court reporters and captioners on the federal, state, and local levels. This year,…

Zinone promotes court reporting, captioning

A recent article posted by the NY Daily Record highlighted Stephen A. Zinone, NCRA secretary-treasurer and an official court reporter from Rochester, N.Y., for his…

FCC votes to improve closed captioning quality

On Feb. 20, the Federal Communications Commission unanimously approved new rules that require program creators and distributors to ensure full access for viewers who are…

CLVSs keep pace with technology changes

Leaders of NCRA’s Certified Legal Videography Specialist program took the opportunity to update agency owners about the benefits of sending videographers to CLVS educational training…

Taking notes, making history

A feature article recently appeared in the Jakarta Post (Indonesia) highlighting the life and career of nationally-recognized Netty Karundeng, a stenographer who, in 1945 at…

Court reporters to transcribe Flight 93 histories

The Mercury News has reported that the Pennsylvania Court Reporters Association has partnered with the National Park Service to help transcribe interviews of family, friends,…

NCRA comments on changes to Federal Rules

On Feb. 14, NCRA stated its opposition to the proposed rules changes published by the Judicial Conference Committee in June 2013. The committee recommended, among…

Judge makes case for court reporters

The Feb. 18  New York Law Journal reported that Queens Family Court judge John Hunt argued that electronic recording systems should not be used in…

Canadian courts face delays

The Canadian government has allocated $4.4 million for six new judges to address the increased workload on the court system, according to a report in…