Dallas Court Reporters Announce Real Time Reporting Services

Dallas Court Reporters Announce Real Time Reporting Services

Realtime reporting brings the record of proceedings to attorneys as they happen.

(DALLAS, TX) JANUARY 9, 2014– Dallas court reporters are Fredericks Reporting and litigation services are pleased to announce the addiction or realtime reporting services to their list of professional court reporting and litigation support options for law firms.

Over the years, Fredericks has positioned itself as an industry leader in providing attorneys throughout Texas with the technology and professionalism that is helping them succeed. This comes through a commitment to stay ahead of emerging industry trends while maintaining a steadfast commitment to providing clients with the highest possible service.

Real time court reporting means that the shorthand taken by Fort Worth court reporters on a stenography machine is translated into English and appears immediately on a computer monitor or a large projection screen. It is similar to translation work, in that it appears on the screen in a rough draft. It appears within seconds of the words being spoken by someone in a courtroom.

Real time translation works well for judges and attorneys as they can review and mark portions of testimonies and make notes to refer to at other times during the trial without interrupting the proceedings. They can also use the electronic depositions attained by this technology to research other legal precedents and they can even communicate with expert witnesses off-site.

Fredericks Reporting is a member of the National Network of Reporting Companies (NNRC), bringing together court reporting firms from around the country. For more information on Fredericks or to schedule a service, visit their website at frltexas.com.

Chris Diodati Producer Extraordinaire Readying New Remixes of Classic Songs

NEW YORK, NY (JANUARY 8, 2014) – Today, Chris Diodati Producer announced plans for a second round of remixes of classic songs by music legends James Brown and Ray Charles in the coming year. 2013 became the acclaimed producer, DJ and remixer’s biggest and most successful year to date, as he released several remixes that became popular. The artist, who also uses a variety of nicknames, aliases and pseudonyms including Christian Dio, Diomix, Dio and more, focuses primarily on producing dance music and dance remixes.

Chris Diodati, who also goes by Christian Diodati and Christopher Diodati, has had hits with remixes of songs by several of today’s biggest recording artists as well as tunes by classic artists. Diodati remixed Whitney Houston’s “I Look to You,” turning the song by the late diva into a dance hit around the world. Diomix also scored a hit with his remix of Deborah Cox’s “House is Not a Home.” Dio previously had remixed Brown’s “Soul Brotha #1,” turning the song by the Godfather of Soul into a modern-day dance hit. Dio also had a hit with his remix of Ray Charles’s “Walkin’ & Talkin’.”

Diodati has repeatedly proven his ability to create high-tempo dance music, remix songs by a wide range of artists and turn them into dance songs and improve songs by artists to give them new life as dance music. Dio also had hits with a remix of “I Wanna Thank Ya” by Angie Stone, “Oye Como Va” by Tito Puente, Jr. and “Backstabbers” by the O’Jays.

Later this year, look for additional remixes of James Brown songs and Ray Charles songs by Diodati.