The fourth edition of Tiro is out now with many interesting articles for speech-to-text reporters. The themes of the new issue include the politics of reporting, reporting non-verbal activities, including routine speech by the chairperson in an official report, changing reporters’ position in the plenary hall and parliamentary reporting during a filibustering session. The authors also discuss the usability of ASR technology in professional reporting, the Turkish F-keyboard, an open online course for real-time subtitling and the meaning of “verbatim” in verbatim reporting. Furthermore, the issue includes a conference report from the first virtual symposium of the British-Irish Parliamentary Reporting Association (BIPRA).
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