Sunday, April 11, 2021

This Is How A Court Reporter Typewriter Works

If you've ever wondered how a courtroom stenographer keeps up with everything that is said in a trial, Isabelle Lumsden is happy to explain. It takes special equipment that require a particular technique. After watching the video, I am impressed, but I still don't know how she does it. (via Digg)


WilliamRocket said...

She pronounced z properly.
That made me happy.

Debra She Who Seeks said...

Sounds like court reporters are not going to be obsolete any time soon! That's what was thought when audio recordings were first allowed in courtrooms. But the human factor is still needed!

xoxoxoBruce said...

The last time I testified in court they used a tape recorder and the reporter turned various microphones on and off. I guess they transcribed it later but can't say for sure.