Specialist TV and Documentary Transcribers
TV programmes and documentaries need particular skills, and attention to detail. We use the brightest writers with a love of the written word to ensure that every line is perfectly accurate and crafted to ensure that the feel of the programme is represented in the transcription.
Our transcripts are then quality-assured and delivered on time. Depending on the nature of your final use for the transcript, we can produce anything from a verbatim document which includes “ums” and “aahs” to a more polished and tidied up document.
We’ve worked on several major documentaries, including Long Way Down (Ewan McGregor and Charley Boorman’s trip to Africa on motorbikes), so we have the experience and skills necessary to deliver your transcript back in the correct format, whether you require a time-coded transcript or a standard verbatim document. All the usual formats are no problem for us:
- DV Tape
- DVD – R
- DVD + R
- Betacam SP
- Quarter Inch Tape
- Audio Cassette
- Compact Disc
- Voicemail Files
Our main offices are in London but, with new offices in Singapore and Leeds as well as a global transcriber base, our services are utilised across the world by everyone from FTSE 100 companies to government agencies.
Our international writer presence enables us to provide an overnight service meaning that should you come to us by close of business UK time, your fully proofread document will be sat on your desk by the time your arrive into work the next morning.
Transcription case studies
Don’t just take our word for how good our transcription services are and how they can benefit you and your organisation. Here are our transcription case studies.
Exacting business standards
We hold ISO 9001 Quality Management and ISO 14001 Environmental Management standards which we see as vital to our commitment to quality at every level of the business. Our commitment to quality is proven with our high-profile clients coming back to us again and again, such as the World Economic Forum, BP, Honda and the Financial Times.