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Have the brains at Apple finally found a way to make it seamless?! By:  Angie Ballman Punton @angelanicolebp Hi, I’m Angie.  I’m a Type B, soon-to-be mother of two.  I have 5,715 unread Gmail messages, and 10,188 photos on my phone.  (Approximately 10,000 of those of photos of…(Read More)

In honor of Court Reporting & Captioning Week 2018, Paradigm’s Director of Client Relations Angie Punton interviewed Jennifer Sati, RMR, CRR, CRC, CRI.  Jennifer is the Program Director and instructor for Judicial Reporting and Broadcast Captioning atAnoka Technical College in Anoka, Minnesota.  She serves on NCRA’s Board of Directors, and is the Board…(Read More)

By: Lisa Richardson, RPR, CRR, CBC, CCP, DSA-MN I would have thought that after, ahem, 40-plus years in the court reporting and CART/captioning field, I had seen it all and experienced every possible job scenario.  Well, not quite, as it turns out!  But, isn’t that one of the best parts of…(Read More)

By:  Anne Hegerman I was recently asked to give a demonstration to my son’s fourth grade class during their Fairytale Crimes Trials, which gave me the opportunity to break realtime down to its very basics, which, in a nutshell, was simply placing a screen in front of the kids without going into the hows…(Read More)

By:  Angie Ballman Punton Wednesday, June 21st started out like any other busy day at Paradigm Reporting & Captioning.  But it turned more interesting than most Wednesdays around 10 AM when I got buzzed by our receptionist Erin stating WCCO News was on Line 3; could I take the call?  “Absolutely!” I said.  Holding was…(Read More)

By: Lisa Knisley If you had asked me five years ago where I saw myself now, I can guarantee you the answer would not have been, “Close to finishing court reporting school.”  At that time, I was working behind the bar of the same restaurant I had worked at for the previous nine years.  Part…(Read More)

By: Deanna Sager, RPR, RMR We all have key people in our lives who influence and teach us along the way.  Let me tell you about two amazing ladies in my life I have been blessed to know, work with and call my friends. In 1986 I met fellow court reporters Charla Pawlik and Paula…(Read More)

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