Whether in a legal document, a political manifesto, academic treatise or our everyday conversations, words have meaning. Our understanding and the integrity of our communications is based on what we say and what others say to us.
How often do we suffer through public denials…or apologies…as spokespersons try to “clarify” original intent? Words ensure accountability and promote clear expression of ideas and policies.
Transcription is the means to that accountability and clarity.
Sure, you may have an audio file or a video, a YouTube clip or a DVR recording of a discussion, speech, press conference, interview or symposium. In many cases, you’ll still want a transcription. Professionals need accurate communication. Here’s why: