Why Demand for Real Time Court

Real Time Court Reporting

Real-time transcription is the general term for transcription by court reporters using real-time text technologies to deliver computer text screens within a few seconds of the words being spoken. Specialist software allows participants in court hearings or depositions to make notes in the text and highlight portions for future reference.

Career opportunities[edit]

Real-time reporting is used in a variety of industries, including entertainment, television, the Internet, and law.

Specific careers include the following:

  • Judicial reporters - use a stenotype to provide instant transcripts on computer screens as a trial or deposition occurs.
  • Communication Access Real-Time Translation (CART) reporters โ€” assist the hearing-impaired by translating spoken words into text, giving them personal access to the communications they need on a day-to-day basis.
  • Television broadcast captioners โ€” use real-time reporting technology to allow hard-of-hearing or deaf people to see what is being said on live television broadcasts such as news, emergency broadcasts, sporting events, awards shows, and other programs.
  • Internet information (or Webcast) reporters โ€” provide real-time reporting of sales meetings, press conferences, and other events, while simultaneously transmitting the transcripts to computers world-wide.
Source: en.wikipedia.org
RELATED VIDEO
Real-Time Network Reporting and Analysis
Real-Time Network Reporting and Analysis
ShoreTel Contact Center Reporting - Real Time Reports
ShoreTel Contact Center Reporting - Real Time Reports
HMRC Real Time Reporting In The Real World
HMRC Real Time Reporting In The Real World
RELATED FACTS
Share this Post

Related posts

Philadelphia Court Reporting

Philadelphia Court Reporting

DECEMBER 10, 2017

Royal Court Reporting is the only place you need to stop for superior court reporting services in the Philadelphia Tri-State…

Read More
Freelance Court Reporting

Freelance Court Reporting

DECEMBER 10, 2017

Back in the day - there s a phrase that makes me feel old - attorneys and judges alike used to refer to court reporters as…

Read More