Constance Lee, owner of Constance Lee & Company, a court reporting firm in Pittsburgh PA said "I'm thrilled to be providing closed captioning services for my hometown Penguins."
Pittsburgh, PA (PRWEB) June 02, 2016
As the Pittsburgh Penguins defeated the San Jose Sharks in game 1 of the Stanley Cup Finals, millions witnessed Court Reporter Constance Lee’s closed captioning work. Because of Constance, hockey fans around the world had the opportunity to understand the game whether they were hearing-impaired, deaf, or simply watching at their favorite sports bar.
Typing at over 250 words per minute Constance Lee is able to capture every utterance of the fast paced commentary with more than 96% accuracy. Communication access realtime translation otherwise known as CART is common for sporting events. Unlike court reporting service in traditional legal proceedings, CART frequently requires transcription of multiple voices simultaneously. This is inherently more difficult than other forms of stenography and a requisite level of skill is necessary.
Ms. Lee’s high tech software converts a proprietary language known as stenotype generated by her steno machine. Constance is one of less than five percent of court reporters with the proficiency to provide such an important service.