A recent poll asked 30 reporters how many different agencies they worked for in the year 2017. The average number was 18. The lowest responses were "1" and "2"; the highest responses were "43" and "50."
Clearly, networking firms are not the only ones who juggle volume and variety when contracting reporters to cover their work. Mastering the issue of finding common ground between the reporter and the agency will be paramount to the success of both in the near future. With t
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Let’s start right off with a controversial topic. I’ve heard it said there’s a breakdown of abilities and skill levels within court reporters: The top 10 percent of reporters are exceptionally skilled, able to write virtually any sort of realtime or fast-speaking real-life material thrown at them; the next 50 to 60 percent are your “average” reporter; and the “bottom” 30 to 40 percent of reporters perhaps virtually always struggling with a skill level that would throw them ou
Welcome to Kirkpatrick Realtime Reporting. Michelle Kirkpatrick is a freelance reporter based out of Breckenridge, Colorado, traveling anywhere nationwide that technical realtime work takes her. Realtime, immediate rough drafts, and same-day final transcripts are the focus of Kirkpatrick Realtime Reporting. A team of scopists and proofreaders are at the ready to complete the task of meeting the most demanding requests of your very important clients. Timing, attention to techn