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NCRA Webinar: Audio and Video Settings to Make the Most of Your Remote Depositions

September 20 @ 4:00 PM - 5:45 PM


In this informative webinar, attendees will discuss the best audio options for remote depositions.  If you’ve ever had a question about cables, connections, or settings for remote webinars, this is the place to learn.   Attendees will also review some of the major and hidden settings of Zoom that will enhance the reporter’s experience and confidence in remote Zoom settings. Total CEU 0.125

This is a live webinar and will be recorded for those unable to attend live.  Registrations expire 30 days after the live event.


Hector Cordova helps you make your technology work for you. Hector lives at the intersection of art and technology, highlighted by his diverse work experiences such as his years at Apple and his years coaching performers all the way to Broadway. Hector brings his unique blend of technological prowess and performing arts expertise to his professional life as Managing Director for Alitigate, a legal media and tech firm based in Orlando, Florida. Between leading Alitigate to success, filming hundreds of videos and presenting in hundreds of trials each year for some of the nation’s largest firms, Hector serves on two NCRA committees: the CLVS Council, and the Technology Committee.

Alan Peacock, FAPR, RDR, CRR, CRC, began his reporting career in 1987 after he attended Biggers College of Court Reporting in New Orleans, La. In 1991, when captioning was in its infancy, Alan moved to Atlanta, Ga., to work with Judy and Mike Brentano to provide live captioning on site at WXIA, one of the first stations to provide realtime captioning.While in Atlanta, Alan also trained as a CART provider, even using a 286 DOS computer. He also was one of the first reporters to provide realtime CAT in the deposition setting in Atlanta, Ga. Since that time, Alan has continued to stay focused in all three disciplines of stenography – captioning, CART, and realtime reporting. He is past president of the Alabama Court Reporters Association and currently serves on the Alabama Board of Court Reporters, the governmental licensing body in Alabama, as well as Chair of the Technology Committee for NCRA.


September 20
4:00 PM - 5:45 PM
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