Hi Jennifer, I have used rev.com quite a bit. It's 1$usd/minute and very fast turnaround but they usually make lots of errors with specific words ex Athabasca, Métis. It helps if you input the key vocabulary when you submit. 8/10 would recommend. Cheers, Hereward
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I used to do transcription for a company called Rev. You, the submitter, set your rate of pay, and when you need it done by. Rev has a training module for all their transcribers and a review system. Your files are uploaded online and anyone logged in who had completed training can choose the file. The more you pay, the more experienced the transcribers will be (higher pay files aren't made accessible to new transcribers or transcribers with few hours).
Andrea Eidinger did this piece recently: http://www.unwrittenhistories.com/an-introduction-to-oral-history-transc.... It's a good spot to start!
Let me know if I can be of any further help,
Carly Ciufo, PhD Candidate, McMaster University
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Hello H-Canada colleagues,
I'm looking for a reliable transcription service for a series of audio interviews, and I wondered if anyone had any suggestions of good services they have worked with, ideally one with an online interface for uploading audio and receiving transcriptions.