Social Networking

NCRA maintains a number of social media pages to connect with NCRA members, to help NCRA members connect with each other, and to provide information on other platforms to people seeking information about the professions of court reporting, captioning, and legal videography.



Facebook is both a social and a professional networking platform. NCRA has a main Facebook page, a page dedicated to court reporting and captioning students, CLVSs and legal video, and a variety of discussion groups, including one dedicated to legal video.

Visit the main NCRA Facebook page

Visit the student NCRA Facebook page

Visit the CLVS Facebook page

Request to join the Legal Videographers – CLVS Facebook discussion group



Instagram is a photo-sharing and networking platform. NCRA shares photos of members, steno machines, the places members have worked, and other images that exemplify the profession.

Visit the NCRA’s Instagram page



LinkedIn is a networking site for professionals to exchange information and make connections. NCRA hosts an association page on LinkedIn.

Visit NCRA’s LinkedIn page



Many professionals use Twitter as a means to connect, share information, and follow along with news. NCRA uses hashtags to help members find and follow tweets from NCRA on specific topics. For example, many of NCRA’s tweets for legal videographers use the #legalvideo and/or #CLVS hashtags.

Visit the NCRA Twitter page



YouTube is a video sharing platform. NCRA shares videos on how to become a court reporter, virtual exhibit hall, Online Skills Testing how-to videos, and other videos that exemplify the profession.

Visit the NCRA YouTube channel