Monthly Archives: August 2013

Verbatim Transcription vs. Intelligent Verbatim Transcription

When transcribing audio recordings, transcriptionists normally avoid false starts such as “um”, “uh” and emotional expressions such as laughter, crying, coughing and other external noises. The focus is primarily on the exact information contained in those recordings. But in verbatim transcription every expression recorded in the audio is transcribed and this type of transcription is … Continue reading Verbatim Transcription vs. Intelligent Verbatim Transcription

Why Transcription is said to be Beneficial to Electronic Media Firms

Media, especially electronic media such as TV channels and radio FM channels, play a significant role in our day to day life. They keep us updated on the various events happening in every corner of the world, feeding us live and exciting information. Since the news is fleeting, it must be obtained and posted without … Continue reading Why Transcription is said to be Beneficial to Electronic Media Firms

How Digital Transcription Benefits Lawyers

Data and time management are crucial for a successful law practice. Digital transcription is more suitable for lawyers to attain these goals compared to traditional transcription modes like analog. Digital transcription service providers can convert information recorded on a digital recorder or saved in digital format (audio, video or images) into clear and accurate text … Continue reading How Digital Transcription Benefits Lawyers