Voice writing is often conflated with court reporting—some publications even use the two terms interchangeably. But voice writing is a skill that translates into multiple career paths! CART services, remote and realtime captioning services, and private-hire voice writing are all jobs that allow you to work remotely while still being very well compensated. Let’s discuss […]
Live court reporting, and voice writing specifically, is making a comeback because the accuracy rates are so high and the process is so efficient. Good voice writers can produce speeds of up to 350 words per minute.
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With excellent grammar, typing, and listening skills, anyone can train for a long-term professional career as an official court reporter or a freelance court reporter without having a four-year college degree, and nationwide, there is a shortage of trained court reporters. Often the question gets raised about the differences between the methods of court reporting, […]
The voice writing method of court reporting was invented more than half a century ago and in recent years, we have seen more significant advancements in the field. This is primarily due to the continued development and improvement of voice recognition technology and computer processing speeds, which has allowed voice writers to achieve realtime translation. […]