Fast, accurate, professional word processing

Stephanie Eason is experienced in transcribing professionally since 1996.  She undertakes a range of typing and audio-typing, and in particular transcribing of broadcast programmes. Stephanie works for the BBC to transcribe radio programmes including programmes made in conjunction with the Open University, transcripts of raw interviews for editing and also confidential transcriptions for legal purposes. She will proof read drafts, correct where necessary and deliver a polished final document.

Her experience includes complex transcripts of BBC Radio science, features and current affairs material. The work produced is based on the principle that we should produce verbatim texts, however, common sense is applied to leave out distracting verbal tics. The work is as accurate as can reasonably be: use of reference works and the internet is utilised to spell check. Anything that cannot be made out is clearly flagged for attention. Additional work has included audio-typing of translations for the Swedish government and conferences for telecommunication companies.

Cost and Enquiries

The cost of your commission will depend on the nature of the work and its complexity. Stephanie will be more than happy to discuss your specific needs in order to give you a transparent individual quote. For transcribing, which is the bulk of her work, the standard rate for a straightforward good quality recording will be £40 per half hour of audio. Regular commissions are especially welcome. Note that everything is by arrangement only. For enquiries and quotes, please use the form below.

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Testimonials

"Amazing! You must have got up in the middle of the night! I can't tell you how much it means to be able to rely on you even during unsocial hours."

"Cheque will be in the post in the next few days. I'm sure there'll be more and others before too long! Thanks again for this - for being so prompt."

"Thanks for all these, they're great."

"I must say I am very impressed and utterly delighted with the results of your work.... It could not have been easy, with so many different people, with different accents and some of the terminology being of a very complex banking nature. Many thanks indeed."

"Have gone through it, very good. Looks great. ... Thanks again."

"Terrific. Thanks a million."

"Is there any chance you could transcribe this interactive debate for me? ... Fantastic!"

"That was quick. Thanks very much."

"You've done it already?!"