This past October, All Good Reporters’ team of certified CART providers was hired by OPUS Agency, an event management company out of Beaverton, Oregon, for the purpose of providing CART (Computer Aided Realtime Translation) services for six hard-of-hearing students/speakers at the 2017 Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing. This year’s event was held at […]
CART Provider Goes to the Dogs for Canine Companions’ GraduationLearn More
Canine Companions for Independence Southeast Region held their February 2017 graduation ceremony at Universal Orlando Resort’s Animal Actors on Location outdoor auditorium. Their February class was made up of 44 graduates — of the people and puppy variety — and All Good Reporters gladly provided the CART/Captioning services.
Court Reporter Qualifications and NCRA Designations ExplainedLearn More
All Good Reporters provides the highest quality court reporter services in any venue and any location, including the 7th Judicial Circuit of Florida and Daytona Beach, through our network of local and national certified court reporters. NOTICE: As of July 1, 2015, the Seventh Judicial Circuit has set forth their 7th Circuit Court Reporter Order for reporting […]
CARTing for the Florida Rehabilitation CouncilLearn More
Earlier this week we were in attendance providing projected CART services for the Florida Rehabilitation Council‘s quarterly meeting held at the Hilton Airport in West Palm Beach, Florida. On different days, we tried different means of delivery. On the first day, we used our Text on Top wireless realtime software with two separate laptops and […]
Providing CART Services for the Sheltering Services Summit 2015Learn More
By providing CART services for one of the scheduled presenters, All Good Reporters participated at this year’s Sheltering Services Summit on May 7, 2015, hosted at the Second Harvest Food Bank in Orlando. We also provided their coffee, tea and bread service to start off their summit with a jolt of caffeine and danish!
All Good Reporters Keeping Up with Ever-Changing TechnologyLearn More
The first known use of a stenographer to take down and record proceedings by ink to paper was in 1809. Using Stenograph machines and the like, we’re now writing, translating and sending the spoken word instantaneously around the world. Let’s take a quick look back over 200 years.