Realtime Reporting

What is realtime reporting, what are its uses? An easy visual example of realtime reporting is something that everyone sees every day when you pass by a television set that is on and the spoken word is coming across the screen as it is being spoken. That is commonly referred to as closed captioning, but used in a court setting or deposition setting that is referred to as realtime reporting whereby the court reporter sends a feed from his or her stenographic machine, via cable or wirelessly, to other laptops or other comparable devices and as the reporter is reporting the proceedings the testimony comes up on a laptop screen or multiple screens. Appalachian Court Reporting provides the equipment for you, which will allow you to receive the testimony, to read the testimony, make notes, scroll text and has many more uses to meet your specific needs.