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Mrs. Judy Brentano

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Fellow

Academy of Professional Reporters
 
Background

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Chair of the Certification Committee
    Realtime Fitness Online
  • Board Member On the Georgia Registry
    Interpreters for the Deaf

Education

  • business administration
    Cuyahoga Community College
37 Total References
Web References
RealtimeFitnessOnline
www.realtimefitnessonline.com, 23 Oct 2013 [cached]
Judy Brentano, RPR, FAPR, DSA, coordinated and presented many realtime seminars for the benefit of court reporters using realtime translation in court and for those providing closed captioning for TV broadcasts. She chaired numerous NCRA realtime-related task forces and committees as well as participated in the development of the NCRA realtime certification programs. In other activities on behalf of the National Court Reporters Association, she served on the Board of Directors for 12 years, and was President from 1992-93. She is a Fellow of the Academy of Professional Reporters. In 2004, she received the association's highest honor, the Distinguished Service Award. Among her many professional experiences, in 1987 Judy developed and coordinated the first TV closed-captioning project in the Southeast for WXIA-TV in Atlanta which captioned prime news programs starting in 1988. Over the next 20 years, she participated in large national conferences for Gallaudet University, AARP, SHHH (now HLAA), various associations of the Bench and Bar, and many educational institutions. Her company developed the Caption Masters Series comprised of multimedia training materials for CART/captioners, the Caption Masters Series Retraining workshops, and the Caption Masters Series Retraining Manual© In addition, she developed a Faculty Retraining Program, training manual, and administered the program for the National Court Reporters Association from 2001-2003. Her writings and publications include hundreds of articles related to realtime reporting and closed captioning which were featured in various professional magazines as well as the National Law Journal. She also writes essays as well as a monthly column for her local Punta Gorda newspaper.
EduCAPTION
www.educaption.net, 20 Nov 2012 [cached]
JUDITH H. BRENTANO, RPR, FAPR
President
Judy coordinated and presented many realtime seminars for the benefit of court reporters using realtime translation in court and for those providing closed captioning for TV broadcasts. She chaired many realtime-related task forces and committees as well as participated in the development of the NCRA realtime certification programs.
In other activities on behalf of the National Court Reporters Association, she served on the Board of Directors for 12 years, and was President from 1992-93. She is a Fellow of the Academy of Professional Reporters. In 2004, she received the association's highest honor, the Distinguished Service Award. She retired from the organization in 2007.
Among her many professional experiences, in 1987 Judy developed and coordinated the first TV closed-captioning project in the Southeast for WXIA-TV in Atlanta which captioned prime news programs starting in 1988. Over the next 20 years, she participated in large national conferences for Gallaudet University, AARP, SHHH, various associations of the Bench and Bar, and many educational institutions.
CAPTION MASTERS TRAINING  |   Mo
www.educaption.net, 15 Nov 2011 [cached]
CMS instructors Lori Wanbaugh & Judy Brentano
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Judy Brentano, RPR, FAPR, founder and president of EduCaption, Inc., developed and coordinated the first Local TV closed-captioning project in the Southeast in 1987, which expanded to include primetime news programming. An established CART provider, educator and trainer, Brentano served as NCRA's President and is former chair of the Realtime Certification Committee.
TEAM Punta Gorda – Who Are We
www.teampuntagorda.com, 30 Nov 2007 [cached]
Judy Brentano - CEO.Judy has extensive experience with large organizations and their fiduciary responsibilities.Along with founding her own company, EduCaption, Inc, a live television captioning service for the hearing-impaired, she has also served as president of the National Court Reporters Association and written and spoken extensively on issues related to technology and access issues.
Brentano Reporters, Ltd. - Profiles
www.regencybrentano.com, 30 Oct 2004 [cached]
Judith H. Brentano, RPR, President
Judith H. Brentano, RPR, President
Judy Brentano graduated from court reporting school in Cleveland, OH, after attending three years at Cuyahoga Community College in business administration.She has over 27 years experience in general freelance reporting and has covered technical and patent and trademark cases in the U.S. and aboard.
She was chosen to cover the Governor's Growth Strategies public hearings around the entire state for Governor Harris.Her primary emphasis is on realtime reporting and closed-captioning of TV news programs for the deaf and hearing-impaired and in 1987 developed the 11-Alive NewsScribe project for WXIA-TV in Atlanta, which was the first live captioned local news in the Southeast.
She has served in various capacities with the Georgia and the National Court Reporters Association and served as NCRA President in 1992-1993.She holds the Registered Professional Reporter designation and is certified in Georgia.She is a Fellow of the National Court Reporters Association Academy of Professional Reporters.
Judy served as a Board Member on the Georgia Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf and was a member of the Advisory Board for the Georgia Telephone Relay Center to the Georgia Public Service Commission.She has also conducted numerous seminars for court reporters and bench and bar groups around the country covering technology, business management, and related topics.
She was very involved in access issues as they relate to the implementation of the Americans with Disabilities Act and lectured to related allied groups on realtime technology.
Mrs. Brentano has also presented at Harding University School of Business on business ethics.She has been published in the National Law Journal and other national and state legal publications.
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