Look to STTI as a clearinghouse of information about the speech-to-text industry. In addition to our own research, we will gather relevant documents and other resources to serve as a library of trusted and accurate knowledge.
STTI Video Clarifies the Similarities & Differences of Capture Methods
January 12, 2022
With the shortage of machine writers becoming more acute, STTI uses an animated video to explain how stenography, digital reporting, and voice reporting are similar and how they are different.
STTI Statement on Situation in Milwaukee County Courts
December 2, 2021
The Milwaukee County court system recently was unable to produce an audio recording or transcript from a bail hearing for Darrell Brooks, this related to charges that preceded the tragic incident that took place in Waukesha, Wisconsin ten days later..
STTI Clarifies State-by-State Court Reporting Rules with Letter to Bar Associations
November 22, 2021
With the court reporting industry undergoing systematic evolution as the result of the exacerbating stenographer shortage and the advancement of digital reporting and voice writing, STTI distributed letters to state bar associations clarifying the rules and requirements related to court reporting on a state-by-state basis. The letter was accompanied by a 50-state list of rules and requirements, whereas a recent a letter published by the National Court Reporters Association warned bar associations of potential rules violations by their members without providing any context for where and how non-steno technologies may be utilized to capture the record and how resulting transcripts can be certified.
STTI Infographic Clarifies Roles in Evolving Court Reporting Marketplace
March 17, 2021
In an industry experiencing fundamental change, there likewise is room for simplicity. This new STTI infographic answers the call, articulating the basic, the benefits, and the limitations of each speech-to-text technology while offsetting myths and addressing the bottom line.
STTI and AAERT Respond to Misinformation in “NCRA Strong” Brochure
January 13, 2020
Letter calls on leaders of organizations to collaborate rather than spread misinformation on digital reporting
New Group Addresses Decline in Court Reporters
November 11, 2019
The court reporter industry is experiencing a stenographer shortage nationwide, with a gap of more than 11,000 predicted by 2023, according to a recent study.
Stenographer Shortage Infographic
October 18, 2019
As the Stenographer Shortage Takes Hold, the Speech-to-Text Industry Is Redefined. Meanwhile, marketplace demand steadily increases. It’s a problem with major potential to adversely impact the legal system – delaying trials, hearings, and depositions – if a hybrid marketplace solution was not available (but a hybrid solution is available).
Tipping Point: Stenographer Shortage Analysis
October 17, 2019
In 2013, the National Court Reporters Association commissioned a study by Ducker Worldwide to get a perspective on the demand for stenographic court reporters across the United States compared to the supply. The study was intended to serve two purposes.
The Case for STTI
October 17, 2019
Law Firm Guide to Navigating the Stenographer Shortage
August 6, 2019
As the stenographer shortage takes hold in the legal marketplace, lawyers are seeing other types of methods applied to capture and convert the spoken word into written transcripts