1994

  • The first Brazilian computer-compatible stenotype theory was written, enabling the migration from manual to computerized court reporting systems.

1995

  • The first Brazilian computer-compatible stenotype theory was written, enabling the migration from manual to computerized court reporting systems.

1996

  • The first Brazilian computer-compatible stenotype theory was written, enabling the migration from manual to computerized court reporting systems.

1997

  • The first Brazilian computer-compatible stenotype theory was written, enabling the migration from manual to computerized court reporting systems.

1998

  • Steno develops the Stenotype Theory for Spanish language, which was later used in Argentina, Chile and the United States.
  • The broadcast of the 1998 FIFA World Cup used closed caption for the first time in Brazil.

1999

  • Steno in Chile begins to use closed caption applying the Spanish Theory developed by Steno Brazil.

2000

  • Steno presents the audio description at ABNT (Brazilian National Standards Organization) to serve visually impaired people.

2001

  • The Public Attorney’s Office applies stenotype to transcribe lectures held at the Public Attorney’s Office College of São Paulo.
  • Brazilian network SBT uses closed caption for the first time to present Telethon.
  • Brazilian network TV Cultura starts offering closed caption during the broadcasting.

2002

  • The Brazilian network TV Câmara Federal starts offering closed captions during its broadcasting.
  • The Brazilian network TV Record starts offering closed captions to broadcast “Jornal da Record,” a news program.
  • The presidential debate held at Teatro Folha is broadcast live with closed captions via Folha de São Paulo’s website.

2003

  • Rio Grande do Sul’s Federal Auditor’s Court begins to use computerized court reporters.
  • The Brazilian network TV Assembleia do Estado de São Paulo starts offering closed captioning during its broadcasting.
  • São Paulo’s Regional Federal Court contracts real-time court reporters for its hearings.

2004

  • StenoVoice®, a 100% online platform application service provider (ASP), is developed to manage transcription of recorded audios and videos.
  • The Brazilian network TV Brasil starts offering closed captioning for its broadcasting.

2005

  • The Federal Senate begins using court reporters to record and transcribe testimony held before its Committee of Inquiry and other permanent committees.  

2006

  • Steno develops the first ‘radio system’ for people with hearing loss, an app called Rádio Texto.  
  • The Brazilian network TV Senado starts offering closed captioning for its broadcasting.

2007

  • Mato Grosso do Sul’s State Justice Court begins to use StenoVoice® to transcribe its criminal hearings.

2008

  • The Brazilian network TV Bandeirantes uses closed captioning to broadcast “Miss Brazil.”
  • The Brazilian networks TV Assembleia do Ceará, MTV and Rede TV start offering closed captioning for their broadcasting.

2009

  • The Public Prosecutor’s Office in the State of Minas Gerais begins using StenoVoice® to transcribe meetings and lectures.
  • EBC Serviços begins to use StenoVoice® to transcribe for journalists.
  • Corinthians (a famous Brazilian soccer team) begins to use StenoVoice® to transcribe its business meetings.
  • The Universalist Church begins to broadcast in Brazil using closed captions in Portuguese, English and Spanish.

2010

  • Steno develops the first TV commercial for Natura do Brasil using audio description. ESPN Brasil broadcasts the FIFA World Cup using closed captions.

2011

  • The Federal Supreme Court begins broadcasting its sessions using closed captions through its network TV Justiça.
  • Rede Globo’s affiliate stations start offering closed captioning during their broadcasts.
  • Steno presents its pioneer system MobiLOAD® at the Reatech Fair.

2012

  • The RIO+20 Conference uses Steno’s remote system to transcribe in real time in Portuguese and English.
  • The Secretariat for Human Rights of the Presidency of the Republic offers closed captioning at its events.
  • The Federal General Accounting Office, the Justice Court of the State of Tocantins, the Supreme Electoral Court of Tocantins, the Federal Council of Pharmacy and the Federal Council of Psychology begin to use StenoVoice®.

2013

  • The exhibition Mais Sentidos at Sérgio Cardoso theater uses MobiLOAD®.
  • MobiLOAD® is made available for the play “Tribos” with well-known Brazilian actor Antônio Fagundes at the Tuca Theater in São Paulo.

2014

  • CineSesc (movie theater facility in São Paulo) uses audio description and closed captioning during the Melhores Filmes Festival.

2015

2016

  • “Tribos” and “Vermelho” (renowned plays) offer audio transcription and closed captioning.

2017

  • Steno produces audio transcription, descriptive subtitles and sign language for the movie industry for more than 60 movies.

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