July 6, 2012 Keep Reading …
Did you know that you can get paid to work at home doing closed captioning work? Yes, this means you are basically transcribing the audio from TV programming or movies — providing the black and white text you see across the bottom of the screen when you have your close caption settings on. Captioning is done for the hearing impaired.
There are actually two primary types of captioning jobs:
Offline Closed Captioning
People who do offline closed captioning transcribe pre-recorded TV programming and/or movies (things that won’t be airing live). To be successful as an offline captioner, it’s important that you type fast, have great English skills, are very comfortable using computers, and have a good understanding…
April 5, 2012 Keep Reading …
Guest Post by: Beth
GMR Transcription is a leading transcription company trusted by over 4,300 satisfied customers worldwide. They are looking only for general transcriptionists, not medical or legal transcriptionists.
How much does GMR Transcription pay?
They don’t disclose their pay rates until you are hired, but rates are based on the turnaround time, number of speakers, and quality of audio.
Do they require experienced transcriptionists?
They do not require experienced transcriptionists, but they have a very strict grading policy. Most people who pass the test have years of experience or have been certified in general transcription.
What is the procedure for applying?
You can go to the GMR Transcription home page and click on the careers tab at the…