Court Reporting can be traced back to ancient times when Marcus Tullius Tiro (a freed slave) used shorthand to record speeches by Roman orators and leaders. Though the general purpose of court reporting (to create a record) has remained the same, the methods of reporting have adjusted with the times. In today’s world of increased transparency in government and private corporation matters alike, it has become more important than ever to have a vast record of detailed transcripts. This increase in necessity has led to the U.S.
Is your company using webinars for online training? The seminars of the 21st century now allow companies the opportunity to both provide in-house training and educate your clientele virtually through webinars. This fun and interactive method of online training allows your audience to both see you on screen and hear your voice, but what happens if they miss the webinar? That’s where we come in.
Yesterday, on July 12th, Neal R. Gross & Co., Inc. Court Reporters and Transcribers Founder, President and CEO, Neal Gross, testified before the DC City Council on behalf of DC small businesses. With more than 35 years experience as a business owner in Washington, DC, Neal's testimony was well received and lauded by the Council. The legislation being proposed by Chairman Vincent Orange of the Committee on Small and Local Business Development expands the categories of preference for DC contracting.
There is a common perception that non-“digital natives” (i.e. people who did not grow up in the digital world) typically resist engaging new technologies in favor of traditional practices, for instance preferring hard copy paper transcripts over digital transcripts. Many believe that older Americans are perplexed by paperless billing, electronic accounts, and most of the cost-cutting and earth-saving methods regularly employed in many businesses today.
The foundation of every verbatim transcript at Neal R. Gross & Co. is a clear audio recording. We can work with almost any audio format, but there are some things that will affect the clarity of your audio no matter what format you're using.