Realtime transcription produces an accurate record of proceedings for immediate or archival use. It is found in the courtroom recording the judicial process verbatim. In the broadcasting arena, realtime broadcast captioning creates equal access for all. In a council meeting or on a local government channel captions provide access and meet the American Disabilities Act requirements.
What is Realtime?
Realtime refers to the translation of the spoken word into readable text with a three-second delay. It is performed by an experienced stenographer who types at speeds of over 225 words a minute. In the broadcast environment, realtime transcription is more commonly known as captioning.
Realtime transcription is also referred to as CART (Communication Access Realtime Translation). In addition to courtrooms, realtime can be used for professional association meetings, webinars, live-streaming events, colleges, and authors.
Peak Captioning founder Traci Walker, RPR-RMR-CRR-CRC, has made a career of accurately recording important events for her clients. She is a fast and focused professional who possesses outstanding listening and typing skills. Your final transcripts will be delivered in a timely manner.
Traci Walker spent over 30 years as a court reporter and captioner. She obtained her realtime training at the National Captioning Institute, where she worked for four years captioning programming such as “World News this Morning”, “Good Morning America”, and the Olympics, Over the course of her career, she has been a trainer, manager and consultant in the industry.
Whether you need realtime transcription services in-person or remotely, Peak Captioning will be there early and prepared. Traci can deliver whatever final transcript you choose, either an edited version or verbatim.
Peak Captioning is available seven days a week to provide turnkey service with a quick turnaround. Call 720-598-2876 or contact us to schedule Peak Captioning’s realtime service today!