(1) Except as provided in (3) , a full and complete record of all proceedings before the commission or hearing examiner in any hearing and all testimony shall be taken down by a reporter appointed by the commission.
(2) Suggested corrections to the transcript of record must be offered by a party within ten days after the transcript is filed in the proceeding except for good cause shown, and such suggestion shall be in writing and served upon each party or his attorney, the official reporter, and the presiding officer.
(a) If no objection is made to the proposed corrections, the presiding officer, unless otherwise directed by the commission, may, in his discretion, direct that the corrections be made and the manner of making them.
(b) Objections shall be made in writing within ten days from the filing of the suggestions. The commission or examiner shall, with or without hearing, determine what changes, if any, shall be made in the record.
(3) Except when a stenographic record is demanded by a party pursuant to 2-4-614 , MCA, in the discretion of the commission or hearing examiner, a satellite hearing for the purpose of receiving public testimony may be recorded mechanically. For purposes of this rule a "satellite hearing" is any secondary hearing held at various points within the state for the convenience of the public and to encourage public comment and which is dependent on a primary hearing for technical evidence and argument.