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  • Advisory Opinion 45

       

    Categories: Ethics and Business Practices

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    Montana State of the Nation Activities Report

    Web site www.mtcra.com Certification N/A Certification board contact N/A CSR exam: Written:  N/ASkill: N/A Contracting Yes - there is anti-contracting langauge in the state Rules of Civil Proceedure Notary requirements Freelancers required to hold notary in order to administer oaths.  Notary not required for officials. Known technologies Electronic Recording, Captioners, CART Providers, Stenograph…

    Categories: Advocacy, Committee

  • NCRA Statistics

    As of February 28, 2019. Overall Statistics Number of members (all): 13,913 Number of court reporter members: 10,906 Number of stenographic court reporters in marketplace: 30,000 (est.) Percentage Male/Female: 12% Male – 88% Female Average age of court reporters: 53 Membership Breakdown Freelancer – 61% of Reporter Members Official – 33.…

    Categories: About NCRA

  • Finding My Niche: Working as an Official Reporter

    By Rhonda Menor When I graduated from Gateway Technical College in Kenosha, Wis., I had a job waiting for me with a small freelance firm. After about six months I determined that this wasn't for me. Oh, it wasn't that I didn't like freelancing; I downright hated it. I hated traveling. I hated not having a definite income that I could depend on. I hated not having benefits - no paid vacations…

  • Financial Reporting Calls: One Type of Broadcasting

    By Chris L. Crosgrove, CPE, Englewood, Colo. One of the newer venues that has opened to captioners is in realtiming financial reporting calls to the Internet. This arena is usually considered to be part of an area sometimes called webcasting. Webcasting can be loosely defined as realtime translations which are fed to an Internet Web site. Events that might be webcast include meetings, conference …

    Categories: Captioning

  • COPE - Complaint Procedures Against Members

    Before filing a complaint, please read the following procedures in their entirety. In order to submit your complaint, please complete the complaint form below and send it and any attachments to: ATTN: COPE Liaison National Court Reporters Association 12030 Sunrise Valley Drive, Suite 400 Reston, VA 20191-3808

    Categories: Ethics and Business Practices

  • PDC Test - Hives

    You can earn 0.25 PDC by passing the exam following this article, which has been approved for publication by NCRA's Council of the Academy of Professional Reporters. The questions are based on the material in the article but some may require additional research. Please take these tests online by following the directions on the main JCR Article test page. 

    Categories: Certification and Testing, Committee

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    Steno Briefs: Language

    Language   Abbreviate BREFT, BRAOEFT Abbreviation BREFGS, BRAOEFGS Ablative BLEUF Accompaniment KOEMT Accusative KAOEUFS Active TAEUF Adjectival JAEUFL Adjective JAEUF Adverb VAERB Adverbial VAERBL Adverbially VAEURBL Agreement GRAOEMT Alphabet FLABT Antecedent SDAOENT Appendix PAEBGZ Comedy KOMD Comparative KPAEUFR Comparison KPARN Conjugate KONGT Conjug…

    Categories: Captioning

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    District of Columbia State of the Nation Activities Report

    Web site: N/A Certification: Reciprocity for RPR or other states' CSR Certification Board Contact: N/A CSR Exam: Written:  No Skill:  No Contracting:  Notary Requirements:  Must be a notary to swear in witnesses.  Known Technologies: CEU Requirements: Unionized:   Page Format: Lines: Font: Pitch: Indent:

    Categories: Resources, States

  • Captioning Corner: Local News and the Road to Success

    By Deanna Baker Here are some questions posed to me by a new captioner in the past month. Is local news captioning the bottom-of-the-barrel type of work for news captioning? It's just so hard because of all the local names, places, etc. The answer is ... it depends. Yes, local news is tough but once you're well prepared for it, and if you work for the same station on a regular basis, it m…

    Categories: Captioning

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