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Podcast Transcription Service Update October 15, 2007

Posted by Jeff in Podcast Transcription.
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I’ve got a couple updates to my transcription service postings.

One is about  Kate Smalley of http://www.transcriptionservices.biz.  In my last trancription services post, I had said that her website didn’t seem to have enough info on it to tell if it was a reasonable service or not.  Since that time, I received a note from her along with sought out a few testamonies… all seem to point to the fact that she would be a consciencous transcriber for your podcasts.  Give her a call at 203-641-3739, go to the website listed above, or check out her other website at: http://www.connecticutsecretary.com.

The second is actually a couple people I met at the podcasting conference from http://www.nobletranscription.com.  I liked them and their service a lot.  There are a few big name production shops that you can go with for podcast transcription, but I’m coming to find that a small shop may take better care of you.  Why?  Because they get to know you, your voice, your podcast, and can start to transcribe to what you want… and not exactly what you said.  For those of us at educational institutions, the folks from noble also have an interesting discount rate of $0.99 cents per minute for students.

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3. Chris Naaden - November 26, 2007

Jeff, thanks for the shout out. It was nice to meet you at the show.

4. Shawn - October 27, 2009

Thanks for this info. I posted an extensive listing of transcription services, including a column for UK or AM accents. Let me know of any that are missing…

5. Rob Metras - June 3, 2010

Thanks for the update jeffrey. i have used student assistants to do this for extra income as well as used commercial services. One of my area hospitals has space on their transcription pool that they make available to education users .


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