Court Stenographer Programs
A court reporter uses the stenograph machine to document all statements made in official proceedings. This machine allows the reporter to press multiple keys at a time to record combinations of letters that represent sounds, words or phrases. The words are then translated to English by computer-aided transcription software. Court reporters often work at speeds of 225 words per minute.
The Court Reporting Program – Stenomask Reporter
A stenomask reporter speaks directly into a hand-held recording device. The reporter speaks very quickly, repeats everything that is said and can identify speakers, insert punctuation and provide readback.
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