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Categories :- Transcription
by
Beth Worthy

Online transcription services

Online transcription services are just as reliable and efficient as traditional services. It is important to find a service that is capable of meeting your needs, both in terms of deadlines as well as when it comes to volume and price. Online services can offer certain advantages that others may not. Do your research and find the company that works best for you.
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Categories :- Legal Transcription
by
Beth Worthy

Legal Big Data Management: Going Digital Is the Way

It’s a phenomenon to see the volume of documents that pile up in the form of court proceedings, witness statements, judge’s summaries, etc at law firms. Referred to as legal big data, the information in these documents is useful and needs to be preserved and managed well, as it is critical for enhancing productivity, efficiency, serving the clients better, and staying competitive. A simple solution is the digitization of workflow.

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Categories :- Transcription Services
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Beth Worthy

Why Manual Transcription Still Beats an Automated One

Automatic transcription with the help of voice recognition software has been done for quite some time, but most people agree that such transcriptions are not professional as they fail to meet a transcription’s expected quality and accuracy benchmarks. This happens because the automated software is unable to pick out slurred speech and heavy accents, or if the voices are either muffled or garbled, that results in a low accuracy level.

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Categories :- Transcription Services
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Beth Worthy

Cracking the myths of transcription services

Most people have a general misconception regarding transcription services; that it’s merely typing work that doesn’t require much intelligence or hard work. However, that’s far from true. Here are the seven most common transcription myths, busted:

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Categories :- Content Marketing
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Beth Worthy

Content Marketing Strategy and the Role of Video Transcription

Video transcription is becoming more common as it’s become a central component of business culture. It’s already a big hit with law firms since videos help document cases while the transcribed text becomes part of the evidence. Here are reasons why transcription services need to embrace video transcription, especially if they want to attract content marketers.

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Categories :- Closed Captioning Transcription
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Beth Worthy

Closed Captioning Vs Open Captioning

Transcriptionists who deal with audio and video should become aware of “open” versus “closed” captioning. Open captioning is text on video that can be seen by all viewers, whereas closed captioning transcription can only be seen when the viewer activates the captions. Here are details to keep in mind when deciding between these two modes of video presentation.

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Categories :- Podcasting
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Beth Worthy

Podcasts- A Comprehensive List to Listen and Create

Podcasting is a new use of technology that relates to the original social medium of the olden days, storytelling. If you are interested to know more about entrepreneurship, technology, leadership, business, creativity, or merely for learning and expanding your mind, the following podcasts, listed category-wise, can inspire and guide you to be better in all that you do. You can listen to these while you’re in the car, in the gym, or during your morning commute.

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Categories :- Business
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Beth Worthy

Key Tasks That Every Entrepreneur Should Outsource

As a busy entrepreneur, you know time is valuable. Even if you work 12 hour days, it always seems like there’s something else you need to do. That’s why it’s so important that you use your time, resources and brain power efficiently.

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Categories :- Legal Transcription
by
Beth Worthy

Filler Words in Legal Transcription- Why They Should be Included

Filler words in speech such as “um,” “ah” and “you know” are a part of verbatim transcription. Including these can sometimes enlighten a reader to a deeper understanding and insight to what was going on in a respondent’s mind when they were answering a question. For example, if we were to ask a defendant on a charge of theft, verbatim transcription really adds to a different level of understanding to what is going on. Any fumble or words of hesitancy in the answer would reflect in the verbatim transcript. It also gives us a clearer picture of the character of the speaker. While intelligent verbatim transcription has a professional touch to it, it may not convey the nature of the respondent so well as verbatim transcription.

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